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NORWOOD HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY 

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MRS. PHILIP W. RILEY 



The Tiot staff and the class of 1971 are pleased to dedicate this 
year's edition of the Tiot to Mrs. Florence Riley. Over the years, Mrs. 
Riley's guidance has given the Tiot a quality and character which have 
made it a distinctive yearbook. We wish Mrs. Riley many years of hap- 
piness. 




DR. PHILIP O. COAKLEY 
Superintendent of Schools 





MR. UMBERTO C. NAPOLEONE 

Assistant Superintendent 

Elementary Education 



MR. JAMES R. DONOVAN 

Assistant Superintendent 

Secondary Education 




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MR. JOHN F. MONBOUQUETTE 

Principal 

Norwood Senior High School 



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ISS KATHERINE E. RYAN 

;an of Girls, Chairman, Senior Advisors 



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MR. JOHN P. PICCIRILLI 
Vice-Principal 




IR. GEORGE S. USEVICH 

chool Treasurer, Business Law, Student 

touncil Advisor 




MR. MARTIN M. O'DONNELL 

Sub-Master, World Geography, General 



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MISS CONSTANCE J. CARAVASOS 
English 



MISS NANCY J. TEPPER 
English 





MR. WALTER J. PETERSON 
English, English 400 



MR. WALTER J. HUGHES 

English 



MISS DOROTHY L. NUGENT 
English 





MRS. ELIZABETH R. HORGAN 

English 

Cheerleading Advisor 



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MRS. PAULA L. MITCHELL 
English 




MISS ELEANOR MAY 
English 




MRS. KATHLEEN F. PAWLOWSKI 
English 




MISS PATRICIA A. EY 
English, Yearbook Advisor 




MISS JOAN M. WOLOHAN 
English 



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MRS. BLANCHE H. SHAW 
English 



MR. PAUL R. WILGOREN 
English, Creative Writing 




MR. ALAN J. WAGG 

English, Drama, Public Speaking, Senior 

Class Play Advisor 




MISS ANITA HUTCHINSON 
English 




MISS MARY F. HUBBARD 
English 



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MISS MARY J. DE SANTOS 
Art, Art Club Advisor 





MR. JOSEPH J. FITZGERALD 
Art 



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MR. PAUL M. ALBERTA 

Director of Music, Marching Band, 

Concert Band, Stage Band 




MR. WILLIAM ST. LAURENT 
Music, Concert Chorale, Madrigals 



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MR. FRED K. RICHARDSON 

Math, Cross Country Coach, Indoor 

Track Coach 



MRS. BARBARA T. NATALE 
Math 




MRS. TILLIE L. COBURN 

Math, National Honor Society Advisor 



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MRS. ANITA M. MABARDY 
Math 



MR. LOUIS J. BUSCONE, JR. 
Math, Chairman, Mathematics 
Department 




MR. J. ALLEN CARVER 

Math, Girls' Swim Team Coach, Boys' 

Gymnastics Coach 



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MR. JOHN J. O'NEIL 
Math, Tennis Coach 



MR. JOHN F. CROMPTON 
Math, Advisor of Math Team 




MR. ALBERT M. ROMANOWICZ 
Math, Assistant Basketball Coach 



MRS. MAUREEN A. DOLAN 
Math, Senior Advisor 




MR. FRANKLIN R. MILLER 
Math, Advisor of Math Team 



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MRS. HELENE A. GOEPNER 
Guidance Counselor 



MR. RALPH F. MORRIS 
Guidance Counselor 





MR. ROBERT W. GRAZADO 
Guidance Counselor 



MISS MARY LOUISE KARAHALIS 
Guidance Counselor 





MR. CHARLES F. PARKER 
Guidance Counselor 



MRS. KATHRYN S. PAIGE 
Guidance Counselor 



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MRS. MARY A. RIDEOUT 
Home Economics 




MISS ELLEN L. WALTERS 

Home Economics, Future Homemakers 

of America Advisor 



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MR. JAMES B. PHILLIPS 
Developmental Reading, English 





MRS. MARY T. SWEENEY 
Librarian 



MR. CHARLES D. O'MALLEY 
Special Education 



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MR. THOMAS J. MacDONOUGH 
History 



MRS. SANDRA G. ABT 
History 




MR. PETER C. DAVIS, JR. 
History, Junior Varsity Football Coach, 
Student Faculty Advisory Committee, 
Hilltopper Advisor 




MR. EDWARD F. SWEENEY 
History 



MR. ROBERT S. TOLL 
History, Chess Club Advisor 




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MRS. JANET REAGON 

History, Ecology Action Committee 

Advisor 




MR. KENNETH M. NOLET 
Economics, Varsity Basketball Coach, 
Investment Club Advisor, Student-Facu 
ty Committee 




MR. MICHAEL F. GALLAHUE 
History 



MR. GILES PARKER 

HHistory, Economics, Developmental 

Reading, Soccer Coach 

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MR. RICHARD BONIN 

History, Chairman, History Department 



MR. MARTIN M. O'DONNELL 
History, Submaster 




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MR. DONALD W. WHEELER 
Science, Varsity Hockey Coach, 
Baseball Coach 



MR. WALLACE C. PECK 
Science 





MRS. JOYCE M. GLEASON 




MR. THOMAS L. BURBRIDGE 
Science, Audio- Visual Coordinator 



MRS. LAURA W. MOORE 
Science 




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MR. HORACE E. FADER 

Science, Yearbook Financial Advisor 



MISS SUSAN A. CURRAN 
Science 




MR. DINO A. FIORE 

Science, Chairman, Science Department 



MISS LEE P. DURAND 
Science 



MR. PAUL W. FROST 

Science, Coach of Boys' Swim Tear 

Photography Club Advisor 




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MRS. M. ELIZABETH CALLAHAN 
French 



MISS RUTH M. JOHNGREN 

French, Chairman, Foreign Language 

Department 




MISS ELIZABETH PFEIFFER 
French 




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MRS. DELORES L. STATON 
French, French Club Advisor 




MRS. MAUREEN CROWLEY 
Spanish 



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MISS JUDITH C. MEAKIN 
Spanish, Spanish Club Advisor 



MR. GILBERT F. DEHLER 
Latin, Latin Club Advisor 





MISS RUTH ADVEY 
Spanish 




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MRS. GISELA M. KALEPS 
German, German Club Advisor 




MRS. DIANE LEWIS 
Spanish 



Business 




MISS BARBARA G. HANKS 
Business, Chairman, Business 
Department 




MR. PETER K. HEXTER 

Business, Assistant Football Coach, 

Assistant Wrestling Coach 




MR. GEORGE S. USEVICH 

Business, School Treasurer, Student 

Council Advisor, Foreign Exchange Club 

Advisor 



MISS JANICE MUSIAK 
Business 





MR. JOHN J. SULLIVAN 
Business 



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MRS. ANNE E. O'BRIEN 
Business 



MISS MARGARET A. KENEFICK 
Business 





MR. ROBERT F. WEBER 
Business, Book Store Advisor 



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MR. FRANCIS T. McAULIFFE 
Chairman, Industrial Arts Department, 
Industrial Arts 




MR. CLIFFORD R. PEARL, SR. 
Graphics Arts 





MR. CONRAD S. FENWICK 
Industrial Arts 



MR. EDWARD E. SIMPSON 
Industrial Arts, Driver Education 




MR. JOSEPH L. GOODWIN 
Industrial Arts, Industrial Arts Club 
Advisor 




MR. JAMES E. ROONEY 
Industrial Arts 




MISS KATHLEEN R. DONOVAN MR. JOSEPH M. KATCHPOLE 

Physical Education, J.V. Field Hockey, Physical Education, Outdoor Track 

Varsity Gymnastics, Modern Dance Club Coach 



MR. JOHN B. MARTINELLI 

Physical Education, Asst. Footbal 

Coach, Asst. Indoor Track Coach 



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MR. ORLANDO M. SCAFATI 
Supervisor, Physical Education, Director 
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IIUSS KAREN M. LOCKE 
hysical Education, Advisor Exercise 
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MR. ARTHUR M. GULLA 

Physical Education, Varsity Footbal 

Coach 



MRS. ADELAIDE L. DAPSAUSKI 
Physical Education, Field Hockey Coach, 
Girls' Gymnastics Coach, Tennis Coach 



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MISS LIZ ROSSETTI 
Assistant School Secretary 




MRS. CATHERINE PEREDNIA 
Guidance Secretary 



MRS. GRACE McMULLIN 
Guidance Secretary 




MISS PAULA CROOK 
Assistant School Secretary 



MRS. CLAIRE HESTER 
I.B.M. Assistant 



MRS. DOROTHY D'AGOSTINO 
I.B.M. Assistant 



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NORWOOD SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
Standing: Mr. Napoleone, Mr. Cavanaugh, Mr. Donovan, Mr. Egan, Mr. Saraca, Mr. Diggs, Mr. McDonald. 
Seated: Mr. Sheehan, Dr. Coakley, Dr. Couch, Mrs. Berkowitz. 




Mrs. Eleanor Flaherty 
Library Assistant 




Mrs. Mary Breen 
School Nurse 



Miss Jean Connolly 
Chief School Secretary 




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Judith Adair "Judy" 

34 Norton Drive 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Spanish Club 4; Yearbook Adver- 
tising Committee; Senior Play Com- 
mittee. 

Horseneck Beach . . . L.L. . . . H.B. . . . 
whist. 



Beverly Ann Adamonis "Bev" 

743 Neponset Street 

Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Hill- 
topper 2, 3; Literary Editor 4; Math 
Team 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Science Club 1,2,3; Officer 2; Tiot 
Advertising Committee; Senior Musi- 
cal; Lab Aide 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 
3; Tennis 2; Softball 3. 

Hong Kong Island . . . Green Light . . . 
spicey . . . Die Schonburg . . . Gold- 
en F's. 




Patricia Ahern "Pc 

30 Garden Parkway 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Fi 
man and Sophomore Party Cor 
tees; Investment Club 4; Senior 
tion. 

Fargle . . . Blue Hills . . . Ricky 
Martha's Vineyard . . . VFW 
Bipy . . . GTO . . . Horseneck. 



Eileen Aherne 

12 Greenwich Road 

Activities: Girls' Choir 3, 4; Math Team 
3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

#7 . . . April 25 . . . Prudential Build- 
ing ... Sebago Lake, Maine . . . 
T.N.T. . . . ladybugs. 





Patricia Adelmann "Tricia" 

59 Margaret Street 

Activities: Cheerleader 1; Art Club 2, 
3; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; School Im- 
provements Committee; Usherette, 
Senior Musical. 

"T" . . . Falmouth . . . Birdie and 
Mono . . . Gleanie . . . Dover . . . 
Zinga-Zinga . . . B.C. . . . Blue Hills 
. . . all-nighters . . . J.O.B. ... Mr. 
and Mrs. "C" . . . Cup of Coff. 



Shelley Adelstein "Shel" 

23 Westover Parkway 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 

4; Usherette, Senior Play; Ski Club 

4; Yearbook Typist 4. 
Poems by Rod McKeon . . . summer of 

"70" . . . Homestead Beach . . . 

Old Silver Beach. 




Arlene J. Ahola 

29 Davis Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; I 
man and Sophomore Party Co 
tees; Concert Chorale 2. 

Symphony 1 1 Theatre . . . hocke 



Rosa Aiello 

30 Plimpton Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4. 

Pet Peeve: Teachers that give home- 
work all the time. 

Traveling to Canada . . . going to 
P.T.A.'S . . . going shopping in 
stores. 





Richard A. Anderson "Rick" 

31 West Street 

Activities: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Sopho 
more Party Committee; Investment 
Club 4; Yearbook Advertising Com 
mittee. 

Pet Peeve: Midis. 

Growing room . . . May 10, 1970 . . . 
Carling's Brewery . . . Blue Hills 
"70" . . . "104" ... The Cape. 



Kim Andrews 

32 Rosemary Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; F.B.L.A. 3; Bookstore 3. 

"et Peeve: "Put-ons." 

September 4th, 1 970 . . . blue eyes 
. . . Florida. 





Joseph Anello "Joe" 

58 Hillside Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
Pet Peeve: Class Cliques. 



Hellas M. Assad 

17 Dean Street 

Activities: Student Council 2, 3, Secre- 
tary 4; Class Officer 3, 4; Girls' 
State Representative; FreshmanCho- 
rus; Spanish Club 2, 3; Town Gov- 
ernment Day; Co-Chairman Ways 
and Means Committee; Election 
Commission 4. 

H.R. 122" . . . Macks . . . Blue Hills 
. . . "Thunder" . . . Black Beach . . . 
Hong Kong Isl . . . Boston Garden 
. . . hafli . . . Carling . . . Exec, 
meetings . . . Gig's Campaign. 




Nicholas D. Bader "Nick" 

34 Sturtevant Avenue 

Activities: Football 1 . 

Pet Peeve: Ignorant people who stare 

at me. 
Donn's cor . . . Saben . . . PTown . . . 

Cambridge . . . men's room on the 

first floor old building. 




Linda M. Baglione 

4 Greenwich Road 

Activities: First Prize, Science Fair 2, 3; 
Accompanist, Girls' Choir and Mad- 
rigals 3, 4; Hilltopper Staff 1, 4. 




Michael Bagni "Bags" 

1 2 Manchester Road 

Activities: Cross Country 1 ; Basketball 
2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Year- 
book Circulation Committee. 

Sam Oats Night . . . Hoop Team with 
Otis and Madog . . . Natsky at Na- 
tick . . . popped first duce against 
Dedham . . . J.V. bench . . . hung 
up Volkswagen. 




Raymond Baldwin "Roy" 

21 Mayflower Road 
Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3; Track 1 , 2. 
Pet Peeve: An empty bottle. 



Elks 



Black Beach . . . B.M.T.F.O. 







Paula Balerna 

219 Neponset Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Senior 

Play Committee; Senior Musical; 

School Improvements Committee; 

Senior Auction; Foreign Exchange 

Club. 



Neponset Drive-in 
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Hills . . . Hair! 
Par's . . . Bud 
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. . Brady's parties 
. Ho Jo's . . . Blue 
. . . Thunder . . . 
. . Bermuda . . . 
Goddards . . . Riley Red 
farm . . . Tappy . . . Or- 



pheus . . . Michael's Parties . 
Dump . . . Bea Bal. 



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Thomas Bandoni "Tom" 

1 9 Sherwood Drive 

Yellow . . . yellow . . . yellow . . . 
green . . . Sandy Neck ... 318 
Fisher Street . . . small block. 



Thomas J. Barker "Tom" 

1 42 Cottage Street 

Activities: Track 1 . 

"Time is change — how it differs from 
the rocks. I've seen their ways too 
often for my liking. New worlds to 
gain." 



Marcia J. Barron "Marsh" 

83 Azalea Drive 

Activities: Art Club 4. 

Pet Peeve: bugs. 

East Walpole . . . Rhode Island pizza 
. . . "flied lice" . . . leather shoe- 
laces . . . North Truro . . . "Water 
down the drain" . . . Doesn't any 
body want to buy a Neil Young 
tape?l . . . "Sally Silent." 




Susan Bartlett 

1022 Washington Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3; Tiot 

Committee 4. 
Pet Peeve: Frizzy weather. 
"Pretty Woman" . . . Star Mark 

. . . (quitting time) . . . MacD 

in Walpole . . . Tahittis . . 

Park . . . Dedham Mall . . . 

lights. 



Barbara Bartucca "Barb" 

1 1 Cross Street 

Activities: Pep Club. 

"The world is a bad place, a bad place 

and terrible place to live but I don't 

want to die." 






Gary Bashian "The Rock" 

35 Chatham Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Parry Committees; Senior Auction. 
"Don't knock the Rock." 



Linda Anne Basile 

108 Ellis Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2; French Club 
3; Ski Club 4; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees; Senior Play 
Usherette. 

Strawberry Fields . . . Brewster . . . 
Van . . . Hyannis . . . Yar . . . Love 
. . . Love arid Touch . . . January 
19, 1969 . . . summer of "70" . . . 
telephone . . . long distance . . . let- 
ters . . . music . . . freedom. 





Harry E. Baum 
1 7 Sycamore Street 
Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 



'irginia Ann Bayer "Gin" 

'2 Union Street 

Activities: Yearbook Editor; Swim Team 
2, 3, 4; Manager Softball 3, 4; Biol- 
ogy Club 1, 2, 3; Foreign Exchange 
Club 4 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology 
Lab Aide I; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 

'ef Peeve: Slow people. 

uugust 30th . . . batsie . . . alright . . . 
Dec. 16. . . VMIC. . . April 23 . . . 
Devil. 







Carlo Bayides 

48 Azalea Drive 

Activities: Spanish Club; Investment 
Club 4; Ski Club 4; Freshman Party 
Committee; Honor Roll 1, 3. 

Pet Peeve: Moody people. 

Madonna Mountain, Vt. . . . No. Con 



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Dennis Robert Beaulieu 

7 Dean Street 

Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 4; In- 
door Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 
1, 2, 3, 4; Investment Club. 

Pet Peeve: Homework 

Sagamore Beach . . . The Flats. 




Denise Bechet 

82 Devon Road 

Activities: Freshman Party Committee; 

Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Bookstore 3. 
Pet Peeve: Gym Class. 
Pencil Sharpener . . . sharpening my 

typing eraser. 




Susan Begley "Sue" 

1 2 North Plain Street 

Activities: Gymnastic Team 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Circulation Committee; In- 
vestment Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4. 

The Farm . . . July 9, 1 970 ... 
Horseneck . . . Mac's . . . 2 D's at 
the shrine . . . Blue Hills . . . lost 
shoe. 






Rebecca Ann Belastock "Becky" 

15 Saunders Road 

Activities: Swim Team 1 , 2, 3, Tri-Cap- 

tain 4; Gymnastics 3; Tennis 2, 3; 

Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3; National Honor 

Society 3, 4; M.I.T.H.S.S.P. 3; 

French Club 3. 
"I think ... I think I am . . . therefore 

I am, I think." 



Julie Bellissimo 

24 Orchard Lane 

Activities: Girls' Swimming 1,2,3, 4; 
Student Council 3, 4; Concert Cho- 
rale 3, 4; French Club 3; Pep Club 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Circulation Com- 
mittee; National Honor Society 3, 4. 

Mayfair Drive . . . Motel (128) . . . 
Blue Hills ... the shrine . . . keys 
... the shoe . . . Kay-Bee-Claudia. 



David J. Benson 
95 Wilson Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Senior Auction. 



Linda Bergman 
893 Washington Street 
Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4. 
"The language that God hears best is 
the silent language of love." 




Alison H. Bernier "Tigger" 

18 Stearns Drive 

Activities: Daniel Hand High School, 
Madison, Connecticut; Cheerleader 
1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Girls' Gym- 
nastics 2, 3; Girls' Track 1 , 2. 

"Outside a small circle of friends." 



Joseph Richard Bird "Joe" 

91 Fifth Street 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3; Soccer 4; 

Freshman and Sophomore Party 

Committees. 
. . . Prescott. 



Elizabeth A. Bernazzani "Betsy" 

3 Franklin Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Girls' Choir 1 , 2, 
3, 4; Madrigals 4; Girls' Swim Team 
2. 

Maine . . . Camp P.B. . . . Conn . . . 
bikes . . . summer . . . skiing . . . 
talks . . . bunkhouse ... 73 success 
ful fires ... Pat ... Pax .. . hang- 
ing loose . . . sing! 





Ann Bethel "Bethel 

60 Walnut Avenue 

Activities: Softball 1; Chess Club 
Freshman and Sophomore Part' 
Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, c 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Nationc 
Honor Society 3, 4; Hilltopper Arti: 
2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Art Club ; 
4; Girls' Choir 4. 




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Nancy Blaisdell "Twinnie" 

741 Neponset Street 

Activities: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 2; A.F.S. Club, Officer 
4; Tiot Advertising Committee. 

Pet Peeve: Old Ladies Who Say, 
"Aren't They Sweet." 



'atricia Blaisdell "Twinnie" 

Ml Neponset Street 

Activities: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3,4; 
French Club 3; A.F.S. Club 4; Honor 
Roll; Honors Banquet 3. 

'A Friend Is A Present You Give Your- 
self." 





Catherine D. Blanchard "Cathie" 

3 Alpine Road 

Activities: Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 
Club 3, 4; English 400; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Art Club 4; Hilltopper 4; Senior Play 
Scenery Committee. 

2 + 2 = 5 . . . "Tuna-Fish" . . . Grape- 
fruit Lunches ... B821 ... Back 
Row in 147 . . . The Hallelujah Cho- 
rus .. . "Jungle Book and Herbie." 



ester Blumenthal "Les" 

'2 Marlboro Street 

\ctivities: Indoor Track 3; Outdoor 

Track 1 ; Soccer 4; Freshman Party 

Committee. 
: War — What is it Good For — Abso- 
I lutely Nothing." 




David C. Boch "David" 

744 Neponset Street 

Activities: Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 
Capt. 4; Executive Board Student 
Council 2; Vice President 3; Student 
Government Day 2, 3; Student 
Council President 4; Investment Club 
4; A.F.S. Club 4; Election Commis 
sion 1, 2, 3, 4; Hilltopper Censor 
ship Board 3, 4. 

The Place . . . Civic. 



Diane Bonica "Bea" 

48 Rosemary Street 

Activities: Pep Club; School Improve- 
ments Committee; A.F.S. Club; 
Spanish Club; Senior Play Commit- 
tee; Powder Puff Football Team. 

Blue Hills . . . Thunder . . . Acorns, 
"Can I Drive," . . . Rhino and the 
Red Bug . . . Gonzo . . . Zing a Zing 
a . . . Friendly's, Girls' Football . . . 
School on Hill . . . Kathy's Get To- 
gethers . . . Tea at Jeanne's. 



Miles O. Bowen 

65 Winslow Avenue 

Activities: Investment Club; Senior 
Play; Boys' Gymnastics; Editor for 
Literary Supplement; Powder Puff 
Football Cheerleader. 

"A man Without Fear — he is a Fool." 



Marcia R. Boyajian 

193 Richland Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; School Improvements Commit- 
tee; A.F.S. Club; Investment Club; 
Senior Play Committee; Powder Puff 
Football Team. 

"Thunder" . . . Blue Hills . . . Hafli and 
the Water Fountain ... 16th Party 
Crash . . . The Four Seasons . . . 
Friendly's . . . Plymouth Rock . . . 
Biz . . . Falmouth Heights . . . Black 
Beach . . . G's Gas Station. 






Nancy Boyle 
243 Sunnyside Road 
Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 
My Cat Named "Dog" . 

'68 . . . Simoni's . . . 

macy . . . Mr. Donuts . 



3,4. 

. . Summer of 
Clark's Phar- 
. . The Gully. 




Stephen Bradley "Hands" 

20 Birch Road 

Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3; Freshman 

and Sophomore Party Committees. 
Pet Peeve: College Boards. 
The Valley . . . Blue Hills. 



Jeanne Brady 

103 Maple Street 

Activities: A.F.S. Club; Pep Club; 
School Improvements Committee; 
Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees; Senior Play Committee. 

Pet Peeve: Peas. 

Bog . . . Falmouth . . . Blue Hills . . . 
Lulu . . . Smiles . . . B.C. . . . Tigger- 
mont . . . Dover . . . Super Bummers 
. . . Captains . . . Warm rain . . . 
N.M.L H.H. 



Maureen T. Brady "Moe" 

7 Countryside Lane 

Activities: Pep Club 1; Hilltopper Com- 
mittee 1 ; Future Homemakers of 
America 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4. 

Pet Peeve: Prejudice. 

Going to Play with the Kids at Wren- 
tham State School . . . Period 2 Talk 
Study . . . Having Good Friends. 




David Bragg "Wig" 

23 Juniper Drive 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Cheerleader. 

Pet Peeve: Haircuts. 

Going Home . . . Sandwich. 



Elizabeth A. Brazeau "Liz" 

6 Berwick Place 

Activities: Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Hill- 
toppers 2, 3; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees; Pep Club 1 , 
2, 3, 4. 

"It's pointless." 




Judith Anne Breen "Rosi" 

1 22 Casey Street 

Activities: Sophomore Party Commit- 
tee; French Club 2; Senior Auction; 
Yearbook Editor. 

Pet Peeve: Vanilla Extract. 

"Don't let the past remind us of what 
we are not now." 



Jeanne Brennan 

155 Richland Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Future Business Club of America; 
Future Homemakers of America; In- 
vestment Club 4. 

The Cape . . . Drum Corps . . . Penny 
. . . Collection. 






William Brennan "Bill" 

20 Churchill Drive 

Activities: Football 1; Biology Club; 
Concert Chorale 4; Stage Band 4; 
Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees. 

"The trouble with today is that tomor- 
row it becomes yesterday." 



\aria J. Bretti "Mary" 

8 Savin Avenue 

activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Student Council 
i| Representative 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Senior Auc- 
tion; Tiot Typing Committee; Adver- 
tising Committee. 

et Peeve: White Socks. 

oston Gardesn . . . Bobby Orr . . . 
Horseneck . . . Chinese food . . . 
monopoly . . . One-way Street . . . 
blue eyes . . . Fridays and Tuesdays. 




Rhonda Lynn Brittain "Ron" 

40 Savin Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 

4; Senior Auction; Spanish Club 2; 

Tiot Typing Committee. 
Pet Peeve: Monday Mornings. 
Bill . . . January 22, 1970 .. . Sky's 

. . . Provincetown . . . Yeah Sure 

. . . Green Bag. 



Marjorie J. Brown "Margie" 

1 14 Audubon Road 

Activities: Swimming 1 ; Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Field Hockey; Softball 1, 2, 4; 
Spanish Club 3, 4, President 3; In- 
vestment Club Treasurer 4; Pep Club 
3, 4; Leaders Corp. 3, 4; Sopho- 
more Parry Committee; Senior Play; 
Senior Musical. 

Marshfield . . . Cape . . . Spain . . . 
Bermuda . . . Thursdays. 



Susan Browning "Sue" 

153 Hill Street 

Activities: Freshman Party Committee,- 

Pep Club. 
Pet Peeve: Under classmen taking 

upper classmen's tables at lunch. 
Doc ... October 30, 1 968 . . . 

Manomet. 



Deborah Jane Brunt "Debbie" 

1 36 Codman Road 

Activities: Yearbook Editor 4; French 
Club 3, 4. 

"It is only with the heart that one can 
see rightly; what is essential is invisi- 
ble to the eye." 








Lorraine Buck 
30 Lincoln Street 
Activities: Ski Club. 

"And in the end, the love you take is 
equal to the love you make." 




Paul Burns 

86 Audubon Road 

Activities: Hockey 1,2,3; Cross Coun- 
try 2, 3; Track 2; Student Council 3; 
Sophomore Party Committee. 

Pet Peeve: "Dumb questions." 



William Burke "Stoney" 

41 Mountain Avenue 

Activities: Hockey 2; Senior Auction; 

Spanish Club 3. 
Blue Hills . . . Elks . . . Temple . . . 

Door's Party . . . Falmouth . . . The 

Van. 



Sandra M. Butler "Sandi" 

321 Washington Street. 

Dedham, Mass. 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees. 

133 Spruce Road . . . "Hon" . . . Fort 
Devens . . . Jackson . . . Kiwi Bird 
. . . Clapboardtree St. 





Francis Burns "Fran" 

60 Heaton Avenue 

Activities: Football 1; Freshman and Soph- 
omore Party Committees; Senior Auc- 
tion. 

Pet Peeve: Period 8. 

Clubhouse . . . Track infield at 5:00 in the 
morning. 




David J. Butters "Dave" 

377 Nichols Street 
Activities: Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 4. 
Cars . . . Cash . . . Travel. 



Marcia Burns 

313 Winter Street 

Activities: Sophomore Party Committee; 
Tennis 2; Foreign Exchange Club; 
French Club; Foreign Language Lab 
Aide; TIOT Circulation Committee; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; NMSQT Letter of Com- 
mendation. . 

"No man is an island entire of itself." 



Mary Susan Cannon "Sue" 

21 Columbine Road 
Activities: Girls' Swimming 1 , 2, 3, Tri- 
Captain '4. 





Susan Cappadona "Sue" 

26 Sixth Street 

Activities: Pep Club; French Club 2, 3, 

4; Freshman and Sophomore Party 

Committees. 
Hamilton Beach . . . East Hill Farm . . . 

Water . . . Snow . . . Quebec. 



tennis Carchedi "Den" 

: Brookfield Road 

\ctivities-. Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Indoor Track 1 , 2, 
3, 4; Outdoor Track 1,2,3, 4; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

'et Peeve: D's and E's, and Tests 




John Louis Carchedi 
28 Birch Road 

Activities: Student Council 4. 
Blue Hills . . . carpentry . 
work. 




eborah Carey 
5 Lenox Avenue 



Robert M. Carey 
40 Harrow Road 
Activities: Soccer 3, 4. 
Falmouth . . . Lake George . 
York City. 




David Carlson "Dave" 

1 38 Vernon Street 

Activities: Soccer 2, 3; Investment Club 
4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play- 
Photography Club 4; Tiot Circulation 
Committee. 

Pet Peeve: Gremlin, Sitting beside c 
door. 

Duck Country . . . Stanley Park . . 
Blue Hills. 




Paul Caron "Corona" 

97 Casey Street 

Activities: Football 2; Basketball 2; 

Freshman and Sophomore Parry 

Committees; Senior Play. 




Christine Ann Carr "Chris" 

1 36 Washington Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Student Council 3, 4; Athletic 
Club 3; Executive Board 4; Chair- 
man of School Improvements Com- 
mittee 4; Election Commission 4. 

Pet Peeve: Ohio 

Mr. and Mrs. A. . . . Gonzo . . . Zinga 
Zinga ... All the discussions with 
Bea. 








Paul V. Carroll 
3 Sylvan Circle 
Pet Peeve: January weather. 



James Chubet 

60 Sycamore Street 

Activities: Stage Band 2, 3, 4; Com 

Chorale 3, 4; Investment Club 4. 
"Away, I'd rather sail away 
Like a swan that's here and gone 
A man gets tied up to the ground, 
He gives the world its saddest soun 

(Simon and Garfunkel's "El Con 

Pasa") 



Maureen Ann Cassidy "Little Moe" 

1 83 Jefferson Drive 

Activities: Future Homemakers of 
America 1; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2; Open House 3, 4. 

Going to Bowie, M.D. . . . California. 




Jeannette Ciacia 

652 Neponset Street 

Activities: Softball 4; Tennis 2; Pep 
Club; French Club 4; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Honor Roll 1 . 



Sally Jean Chabot "Sally" 

40 Westover Parkway 

Activities: Band 1,2,3; Field Hockey; 

Future Homemakers. 
Peace . . . Kiss for Luck. 




Robert Ciaccio "B 

72 Bornwood Drive 

Activities: Science Club 2, 3; ln> 
ment Club 4; National Honor Sc 
ty; Hilltopper Typing Staff 4. 

Pet Peeve: College Boards. 




Richard Chrzanowski "Richie" 

21 Eisenhower Road 

Activities: F.B.L.A. 3; Ski Club 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees. 

"To dream the Impossible Dream, 

To fight the unbeatable Foe, 

This is my quest." 

Darion 



David Cignoni "Cig" 

1 6 Kenwood Drive 

Activities: Track 3; Biology Club; Invest- 
ment Club 4. 

Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. 

Fishing . . . Skiing . . . The outdoors 
. . . hard rock . . . Cape Cod 





Guy J. Cisternelli, Jr. "Butch" 

7 Redwood Drive 

Activities: Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Out- 
door Track I, 4; Cross Country 1; 
Student Council 1; Investment Club 
4; Tiot Advertising Committee. 

"If one sees underneath the oversight, 
then one will learn that he is blind." 



ane Clark 

) Codman Road 

•Jivities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 

4; Tiot Typing Committee. 

■f Peeve: People who criticize others 

— Remember — "criticism is the 

product of a jealous mind." 

am he, as you are he, as your are 

me, and we are all together." 




Paul Cleary 

60 Bellevue Avenue 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3; Track 1; 
Cross Country 1, 2; Student Council 
1; Spanish Club 3; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees. 

Pet Peeve: Being tardy. 

"We'll worry about that when the time 



John Clifford "Luke" 

212 Vernon Street 

Activities: Hockey 1,2,3, 4; Golf 1 , 2, 
3, Capt. 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Tiot Advertising Committee. 

"The greatest of faults is to be con- 
scious of none." 



Brian T. Clougher "Bubs" 

157 Rock Street 

Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 
1, 2, 3; Indoor Track 4; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees. 

Pet Peeve: Study hall teachers. 




m 




David Cocchiara "Goose" 

71 Fulton Street 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 

1, 2; Football 1; Student Council 2, 

3; Freshman Party Committee. 
Blue Hills 1, 2, 3 . . . Sam Oat's night 

. . . Jack's house . . . Doc Z . . . 

Rec. Hoop League. 





Steven Cochran "C.B." 

98 Spruce Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
F.M. . . . Willet . . . Whip . . . What 

digs. 




Edward L. Collins "Stubs" 

230 Richland Road 

Activities: Football 1,2,3, 4; Band 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1 , 3, 4; Baseball 
2; Student Government Day 2. 

Blue Hills . . . Temple . . . Camp Cedar 
— Cabin #2. 




John A. Collins 

695 Pleasant Street 

Activities: Student Council 4. 

Pet Peeve: Money does not come easi- 

ly- 




Thomas J. P. Collins "T.J." 

1 82 Sunnyside Road 

Activities: Hockey 1; Track 2; Invest- 
ment Club 4; Concert Chorale 2., 3, 
4; Future Business Leaders 3; Senior 
Play. 

Los Anderson Park . . . Falmouth, 
Mass. . . . Senior Play . . . Bush . . . 
Fog. 




Francis Connolly 

10 High Street 

Activities: Baseball 1 , 2; Track 2 



'Skip' 



Joyce Connolly 

261 Winter Street 

Activities: Swimming 1 , 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Club 1,2, 3,4. 

"Sail on Silvergirl, sail on by, your 
time has come to shine. All your 
dreams are on their way, see how 
they shine; if you need a friend, I'm 
sailing right behind." 





Paula Connolly 

261 Winter Street 

Activities: Hilltopper 1,2,3, 4; Tiot Ci 
culation Committee; Pep Club 1, i 
3, 4; Investment Club 4; Senior Pla 
Committee. 

Nantucket chum . . . Town Hall . . 
Buddy . . . vicious hippopotamus* 
... red tank . . . Whitey ... Ma 
tha's Vineyard ... my eraser . . 
July 30, 1 970. 



Patricia Connors "Patty" 

215 Richland Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Foreign 
Exchange 4; Senior Play; Student 
Council; Senior Musical; School Im- 
provements Committee. 

Donkey Shed . . . Kaffie ... the Cane 
. . . Buzz . . . Brockton . . . St. B . . . 
Swifts ... the Ark! . . . Poster Party 
. . . thunder . . . motorcycle . . . 
calm down . . . Oct. 24. 





James Conton 
1 9 Oak Road 
Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Student Council 

Carnival; Concerned Students of 

Norwood. 
"All we are saying 

chancel" 



"Jimbo' 



give peace 



Jean Conton 

1 15 Roosevelt Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future 

Homemakers of America 1 . 
Pet Peeve: Detention. 
'Due to inclement weather, there will 

be no office detention today." 





ohn E. Cotter 

8 Railroad Avenue 

iCtivities: Photography Club 1,2,3, 4; 
Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2; 
Audio Visual Club 1; Freshman 
Baseball Manager. 

at tire . . . cold ground . . . dirty jack- 
et .. . fish and chips . . . P-town . . . 
Blue Hills . . . Albert. 



Joan M. Cotter "Joannie" 

1 34 Fulton Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Future Homemakers of Ameri- 
ca 1. 

Cherry Hill Mall . . . "farkles." 






Edmund J. Coughlin "Nat" 

10 Countryside Lane 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Elec- 
tion Commission 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 




John Coughlin "Jack" 

66 Codman Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 



Mark Cowell 

24 Jacobsen Drive 

Activities: Cross Country 1,2,3, Cap- 
tain 4; Indoor Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Out- 
door Track 4. 

Pet Peeve: Week days. 




Linda Coyne 

56 Silver Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Student Council 1; Senior Auc- 
tion; Powder Puff Football Team; 
Senior Play Committee. 

U.N.H. ... 9-1-69 .. . Blue Hills . .. 
Cherry Hill Plaza . . . thunder . . . 
Falmouth. 






Michael Coyne "Moe" 

20 Hoyle Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Senior Auction; 

Senior Play; Track 1, 2. 




Eileen Crook "Aggie" 

8 Canterbury Drive 

Activities: Cheerleading 1,2,3, Cap- 
tain 4; Softball 1; Class Officer 2; 
Senior Auction; Drama Show 3; 
Powder Puff Football Game; Pep 
Club; Investment Club; Honor Roll 2. 

Red patent boots . . . Horseneck . . . 
Sha na na . . . Crook's Cranny . . . 
B's truck . . . Hook' n' ladders . . . 
Ethel . . . Snowbanks . . . The Big 
Chase . . . Blue Hills . . . 7370 . . . 
Short order crook . . . Mr. Eric. 




Barbara J. Curran "Barb" 

29 Mountain Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Honor Roll 1 , 2; Drama Club 3. 

Pet Peeve: Waiting in Line for lunch for 
ten minutes. 

"Don't criticize what you can't under- 
stand." 



Catherine Curran "Cathy" 

26 Azalea Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Future Homemakers of Ameri- 
ca; F.B.L.A.; Senior Play. 

B.A.C. . . . July 4, 1967 . . . Bambur- 
gers. 





Joseph F. Curran "Buzzarc 

77 Hickory Road 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3; Soccer 
Student Council 1, 2; Sophomo 
Party Committee; Student Govei 
ment Day; Town Meeting Member 
Selectman 3. 

Blue Hills . . . F.M. ... The table . 
Willeft School . . . Ashmonts. 



Mary Patricia Curran "Mary Pat" 

29 Azalea Drive 

Activities: Concert Chorale 3, 4; Fresh- 
man Choir; English 400; Drill Team 
3, 4; Hilltopper 2; Features Editor 3; 
Editor-in-Chief 4; Latin Club 3; For- 
eign Exchange Club 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Roll 1, 2, 4; Senior Play; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees. 

819-SOE . . . 128's paper closet . . . 
"finger talk" . . . seven foot flags 
. . . levitating tables . . . Room 100 
. . . bumblebees . . . Strawberry Hill 
. . . The Prudential . . . Snowmen. 





iheilah T. Curran "Sheel" 

15 Talbot Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
3 et Peeve: Being called "Frizzy." 
'Those who cannot remember the past 

are condemned to repeat it." 




arol Dangelo 
7 Countryside Lane 
\ctivities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 
4; Senior Auction, 
black and blue Volkswagen . . . 
Grey House ... two different col- 
ors? . . . Herkama . . . September 
5, 6, 1 970. 



Nancy M. Curran 

73 Winslow Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Tiot Circulation Committee; Senior 
Play Committee; Senior Auction. 

"Herbert" . . . Moose Hill Road . . . 
August, 1970 . . . New Year's Eve 
. . . Falmouth Heights — Pizza 
Town . . . Four Seasons . . . Sun- 
day, October 25, 1970 . . . Our 
Place . . . New York . . . "Dyna- 
mite." 




Edmund F. Curtis, Jr. "Ted" 

228 Nichols Street 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1, 2; Student Council 3, 4; Year- 
book Editor 4; B.H. Commission; 
Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committee; Sports Committee 3, 4; 
Senior Auction. 

The Place . . . L.W. . . . Heights Beach 
. . . Associate always . . . What can 
I say . . . Horseneck on a dime. 




Carol Daniels "Cheeves" 

632 Neponset Street 

Activities: Hilltopper 1, 2, 4; Spanish 
Club 4; Pep Club; Tennis 4; Field 
Hockey 1 , 2, 3; Senior Play Commit- 
tee; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees; Honor Roll 2. 




Mark Steven Daniels "Mopes" 

9 Second Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 

Father Mac's . . . Civic . . . MacDonald 
. . . Mr. Billiards . . . Mercury Comet 
. . . UIDA ... the Bathhouse . . . 
Second floor locker room (new 
building) . . . Metal and Wood 
Shops. 




Jeanne David 

265 East Cross Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 

4; Honor Roll 1, 2. 
Pet Peeve: Car trouble 
West Roxbury . . . Green 390 Ford 

. . . August 21, 1970 . . . Parkway 

towing. 




Thomas David "Cat" 

14 St. George Avenue 

Activities: Football 3, 4; Basketball 3 

4. 
"The Downers" . . . Blue Hills . . . 

"Fun House." 






Nancy Ann Davis "Nants 

26 St. Joseph Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

P6rty Committees; Cheerleader 1; 

Swimming 1 , 2; German Club 3, 4; 

Senior Play. 
"Try to see you're really only ver> 

small, and life flows on within yoi 

and without you." 



Mary Ann DeBenedictis "Mare" 

77 Norton Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Senior Play Committee; Senior 
Auction; Powder Puff Football Team. 

Pet Peeve: Gossip 

Canton, May 16, 1969 . . . Billy . . . 
Pascubus . . . Tahiti's . . . Valle's 
. . . Black Beach . . . Cape . . . Hafli 
. . . Sea St. . . . Dec. "68" . . . Ring 
... 4 years . . . Wilbur . . . C.C.C. 



Steven Paul DeCosta "Steve" 

31 North Avenue 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2; Football 1, 2; 
Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees. 

"Ma ma mia, that's a spicy 'a meat- 
ball!" 



Daniel DeGaetano "Diga" 

7 Greenwich Road 

Activities: Basketball 3, 4; Cheerlead- 
er; Powder Puff Football Game. 

"Believe nothing of what you hear and 
only half of what you see." 




Beverly DeGerolamo 
24 Coach Lane 
Pet Peeve: Hairdressing. 
great times . . . O.S. ... the kids 
in town. 



Thomas Delaney "Tom" 

3 Kettering Road 

Activities: Football 1 ; Freshman Party 

Committee; Junior Business Leaders 

Club. 
Elks . . . Blue Hills. 





Patricia A. Denehy "P< 

1 67 Roosevelt Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Span 

Club 1; Freshman and Sophomc 

Party Committees; Senior Auction 
June 1, 1968 . . . Gloucester . . . N 

Pond . . . yellow goats . . . July '. 

1969. 



Frank Denietolis "Denny" 

544 Neponset Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Ecology Action 

Club. 
Pet Peeve: Apathy 
"The things we love most, we love for 

what they are." 

— Robert Frost — 





lay S. DeNormandie 
385 Winter Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Parry Committees. 




homas S. DeSisto, Jr. 

'6 Bruce Road 

\ctivities: Soccer 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Yearbook Advertising Com- 
mittee. 



Mary Elizabeth Denisi "Mary" 

36 Cross Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2; Freshman and 

Sophomore Party Committees. 
March 15 . . . Portsmouth, N.H. . . 

Rockingham County . . . Epping . . 

Superman . . . Norwood Arena . . 

September 23 . . . Route 1 28 . . 

Nantasket . . . October 4 . . . Brock 

ton Fair . . . Stuffed animals. 




Denise A. DeSario 

34 Pellana Road 

Activities: Hilltopper 1 ; French Club 2, 
3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Future Business 
Leaders of America 3; Advertising 
Editor of the Yearbook; Senior Auc- 
tion; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. 

"Nothing is waste that makes a memo- 
ry-" 




Joyce P. DiCicco 

30 Sturtevant Avenue 

Activities: French Club 3; Pep Club I , 
2, 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Board of Direc 
tors of Investment Club 4, Secretary; 
Future Business Leaders of America 
3; Sponsor Editor of Yearbook; Sen- 
ior Auction; Honor Roll 1, 2, 4. 

"We're captive on the carousel of time 
. . . We can't return, we can only 
look behind from where we came." 



Robert Dickinson "Dicks" 

90 Rock Street 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1; Track 1; Spanish Club. 

Pet Peeve: Getting hair cuts. 

"You only go around once in life." 

Blue Hills . . . Camp Cedar . . . Money 
. . . Frizzies. 



Ellen M. Dickson "Red" 

1 8 Cameron Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Powder 
Puff Football Team; Freshman Party 
Committee; Tiot Typing Committee. 

Pet Peeve: Being called "red" 

Whirleys . . . April 23 



Mall 



The Wall 



Riley's . 



Room 152 . . 
June 7, 1971 



Dec. 3, 1970 
. . Boop. 



John D. Dickson 

1 8 Cameron Road 

Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 

1, 2. 
Friday Nights At 7:30. 












Janice DiMarzo "Jan" 

255 East Cross Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sopho- 
more Party Committee; Honor Roll 
1 , 2; French Club 2, 3; Art Club 3, 
4; Senior Play Committee. 

"Maybe you can't take it with you, but 
look what happens when you leave 
it behind." 




Neil Dold "Neil" 

1 7 Kathleen Lane 

Activities: Indoor Track 2; Biology 

Club; Chess Club; Stage Crew; 

Freshman and Sophomore Party 

Committees. 
"If I have only one life to live, let me 

live it without a science class. 



Dennis J. DiRienzo 
31 Marlboro Street 



Brian Donelan 

83 Bond Street 

Activities: Student Council 1; Football 

1, 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 2; Spanish 

Club 3; Sociable Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 

4. 
Camp Cedar ... my cellar . . . "71" 

. . . M.K. 



Donald DiScuillo "Dundee" 

73 Logwood Terrace 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
Pet Peeve: The office. 



Albert Dolan "Al" 

133 Spruce Road 
Activities: Track; Wrestling 2. 
Pet Peeve: Gym 

The Surf . . . Nantasket . . . summer 
. . . traveling . . . the Cape. 




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Ellen Patricia Donovan 

151 Cottage Street 

Activities: Student Council 2, 4; School 
Improvements Committee; Class Of- 
ficer 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee; 
Nat'l. Honor Society 3, 4; Senior 
Auction; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Pow- 
der Puff Football Team. 

Christopher E. . . . Pier Four . . . Philly 
. . . berry-picking . . . pastromi 
sandwiches . . . Falmouth at 4 . . . 
the Volks . . . M. and D . . . Hallow- 
een '70. 



iartha J. Donovan 

1 7 Jefferson Drive 

ctivities: Sophomore Party Commit- 
tee; Spanish Club 2, 3; Drill Team 4; 
Tiot Circulation Committee; Drama 
Production 3; Senior Auction; Pow- 
der Puff Football Team. 

tt Peeve: Phonies 

. . you don't know what you've got 
'til it's gone ..." 



Kathleen E. Donlan "Kathy" 

67 Lane Drive 

Activities: Latin Club 4; French Club 3. 
Pet Peeve: The manner in which the 

young people are trying to get 

peace by violence. 
"Sharing horizons that are new to us, 

watching the signs along the way 

... so much of life ahead, and yet 

we've only just begun." 





Joseph Donovan "Joe" 

1 1 Summit Avenue 

Activities: Student Council 3, 4; Ways 
and Means Committee 3; Chora- 
laires 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3; In- 
door Track 2, 3; Student Govern- 
ment Day 1, 2; Hilltopper 2, 3, 4; 
Football I. 

"Tragedy is a tool for the living to gain 
wisdom, not a guide by which to 




Robert F. Doucette "Mel" 

17 Elliot Street 

Activities: Swimming 1,2, 3, 4; Foot 
ball 1; Track I; Concert Chorale 2 
3, 4; Madrigals 3, 4; Senior Ploy. 

Bush ... The Place ... the fog . . 
Wild Harbor . . . Bisquick . . . Va 
grant . . . Blue Hills ... 2/21 
the S.F. . . . marshmallow fight . . 
Horseneck for a nickel ... the field 



Kathleen J. Drinan "Kathie" 

82 Arnold Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 
1, 2; F.B.L.A. 3; School Improve- 
ments Committee; Senior Musical; 
Senior Play Committee; Powder Puff 
Football Team. 

"Peter, Jimmy, John, Paul" . . . bow- 
wow . . . honey . . . Herbert . . . 
"27th" . . . moose hill . . . MacDo- 
nalds . . . Bamburgers . . . airport 
... the Cape . . . roast-beef . . . 
pictures. 



Kathleen M. Dudley "Kathy" 

1 8 Juniper Drive 

Activities: Future Homemakers of 
America 1, 2; Future Business Lead- 
ers of America 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4. 

Blue Hills . . . Four Miles . . . 5-6 . . . 
Moose Hill . . . Thunder. 





Frank Dundulis "Dumps" 

123 Fisher Street 

Activities: Track 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 

3. 
Charlie's cemetery . . . Black Beach 

. . . Guild Variety . . . Capitalistic 

cars. 






Brian Dunphy 

228 Rock Street 

Activities: Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 
4. 

Pet Peeve: Teachers who give home- 
work on vacations. 

Allen Street . . . Otis Place . . . Charlie 
. . . Skin diving. 





Peter V. Duoba "Joe" 

493 Pleasant Street 

Activities: Photography Club 1 ; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees. 

Joe's house . . . Norwood Center . . . 
the Shores. 



Judith A. Egan "Judy" 

1 6 Marlboro Street 

Activities: Field Hockey 1 ; Pep Club 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1; Art Club 4; 
Spanish Club 3; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees. 

Dennis to Falmouth . . . Tahiti . . . R.M. 
. . . Westwood Parties . . . Clap- 
boardtree Street . . . Buzz . . . sub 
. . . Martha's Vineyard . . . M.Y.C. 
. . . Bergsons . . . B.C. . . . Thumbs 
out. 



"Dukey" 



John Duquette 
35 Glen Circle 
Activities: Hockey; Ski Club 4. 
Tony's Spa . . . Harvard Square . 
North Jr. 



David James Early "Dave" 

589 Nahatan Street 

Activities: Football 1, Manager 2; 
Hockey 1 ; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees; Senior Play. 

B.F. . . . K.E. . . . B.B. . . . G.B. . . . 
Plymouth . . . Paradise . . . MacDo- 
nald's. 





Phyllis Egan 

16 Deerfield Road 

Activities: Student Council 1, 2; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Investment Club; Ski 
Club; Senior Play; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees. 

Freshman Music Room . . . Trailway's 
Parkwood . . . Beach . . . Mayfair 
Drive . . . 95:128:24:25 ... De- 
cember 26 . . . The Cape Codder 
. . . June 27 . . . Cactus plant . . . 
Seminary. 



David Dynan "Pud" 

94 Juniper Drive 

Activities: Hockey 1; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Sen- 
ior Auction; Art Club 3, 4. 

Pet Peeve: The Office. 

Laconia "70" . . . the "Hut" . . . Blue 
Hills . . . The Future . . . Open hous- 



Robert Ehrlich "Percy" 

558 Nichols Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
Pet Peeve: Honda's 





Christine Eibye "Chris" 

8 Nottingham Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Math 
Team 4; Art Club 4; Hilltopper Art 
Editor 4; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 
3,4. 

"Today is the tomorrow that you 
dreaded yesterday." 



athy Eisener 

04 Walpole Street 

ctivities: Swimming 2, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; 
Tiot Circulation Committee; Spanish 
Club; Investment Club 4; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees. 

I discovered the secret of the sea in 
meditation upon a dewdrop." 





Dianne F. Eppich 

35 Wilson Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1,2,3. 

October 29 and 31, 1970 .. . Nor- 
wood and Westwood . . . Novem- 
ber 4, 1 970. 



Richard Erdman "Berdman" 

1 36 Albemarle Road 

Activities: Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 1, 2; Soccer 4; Investment Club 
— Board Member 4; Honor Roll 1, 
2, 3, 4. 

"You only go around once in life so 
grab for all the gusto you can get." 



David cfikson "Dav 

1 6 Devon Road 

Activities: Tennis 1 . 

North St. . . . "Lady of the Island." 



Rayme A. Eysie 

64 Concord Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club; School 
Improvements Committee; Ways 
and Means Committee; F.B.L.A.; 
Senior Play Committee; Senior Auc- 
tion; Tiot Typing Committee. 

I'm sure . . . Halloween "67" . . . 
Black Beach ... Go Karts . . . Blue 
Hills ... The Heights . . . Motel 1 28 
. . . The ladder . . . April 10 . . . 
you're right. 




ed B. Erdman "Gert" 

Day Street 

ctivities: Indoor Track 4. 

ue Hills . . . school . . . graduation. 





Peter Farioli "Pete" 

68 Walnut Avenue 

Activities: Football 1 , 2; Student Coun- 
cil; Student Government Day; Senior 
Play. 

Blue Hills . . . Uptown . . . Cape Cod. 




Joseph Ferrari "Joe 

1 94 Azalea Drive 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomoi 

Party Committees. 
The Cape . . . New Hampshire . . 

Maine. 



Carolyn Farrell 

15 Yarmouth Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Senior Play Committee; Senior 
Musical. 

Pet Peeve: People who talk about 
something they know nothing about. 



Mary Lou Finbow "Lou" 

33 Glendale Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Senior Play Committee; Senior 
Auction. 

Duxbury beach . . . LeSabre . . . tele- 
phone . . . Charlestown . . . McDo- 
nalds . . . Meech. 






Karen Ruth Felt "Bud" 

48 Dorchester Street, Waltham, 

Massachusetts 
Activities: Softball; Basketball. 
Boston . . . Minnie Mouse . . . Special 

boys' pictures. 




Lynne Fischer "Lynni 

39 Dorset Street 

Activities: Softball 1 , 2, 3, Co-capt. 

Girls' Football; Sophomore Pa 

Committee. 
"I gotta be me." 



Joseph W. Fenton "Joe" 

77 Neponset Street 
Activities: English 400. 
Pet Peeve: People who say groovy. 
Dennisport . . . Volkswagens . . . Sat. 
night . . . Sunday Morning. 



Loreign Fitzgerald "Laurie" 

16 Buckingham Road 

Activities: Sophomore Party Commit- 
tee. 

The Park . . . F.P.L. . . . abracadabra 
. . . Top of the Cape . . . Slewis. 






Nancy L. Fitzgerald 

63 Cypress Street 

Activities: Student Council 2, 3; Gym- 
nastics 2, 3; English 400; Tiot Circu- 
lation Committee. 

Pet Peeve: "The Beautiful People." 

"Ah! When shall all men's good 

Be each man's rule, and Universal 
Peace 

Lie like a shaft of light across the 
land." 

Tennyson 



htephen E. Fitzgerald "Fitz" 

' 247 Washington Street 

\ctivities: Student Council 1 , 2; Hock- 
ey 1; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Track 1, 2, 4. 
. FM . . . Blue Hills . . . Boone's 
Boys . . . Butkus Club. 




Patricia Flagg "Pat" 

29 Oak Road 

Activities: Freshman Chorus; Future 

Homemakers of America 1, 2; Latin 

Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; 

Honor Roll 1, 2. 
"Bruins" . . . Orr . . . Pie . . . Teddy 

. . . Phil . . . Love and Peace . . . 

October 1, 1970 . . . Rose and 

Teddy Kennedy. 



Susan Flagg "Sue" 

29 Oak Road 

Activities: Pep Club 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2; 

Future Homemakers of America 1 , 

2. 
"Anything worth doing is worth doing 

well. 



Donna Flaherty "Flash" 

49 North Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees: Senior Play Committee; Stu- 
dent Council 3, 4; Senior Auction. 

95, 128, 24, 25 . . . Mayfair Drive . . . 
W.P.S. . . . 2:00 a.m. . . . Phyllis 
Parkwood . . . Kendrick's 
parties . . . Falmouth. 



Eleanor Flaherty "Lee" 

128 Fulton Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 3; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees. 

Pet Peeve: "Short Notice." 

"People see us everywhere. They don't 
think we really care. But myself I 
can't deceive. I know it's only make- 
believe." 






Margaret C. Flaherty "Peggy" 

56 Railroad Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future 
Homemakers of America 3; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees. 

"True friends are like diamonds — pre- 
cious and rare. False friends are like 
autumn leaves — scattered every- 
where." 




Mark Flaherty 

54 Tremont Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
"Do not ask for whom the bell tolls, it 

tolls for thee." 




Paul J. Flaherty "Red" 

23 Inverness Road 

Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2; Ways and 
Means Committee 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 3, 4; Spon- 
sor Editor of Yearbook; Investment 
Club 4; Football 1; Hockey 1, 2, 3; 
Swimming 4; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees. 

P.M. . . . Smiley . . . Allison and Pey- 
ton Place . . . Blue Hills . . . Bag's 
stories . . . Truro . . . Senior Prom 
. . . Senior Summer ... Big Mac's 
... the Love Bug. 



Robert Flaherty "Bob" 

106 East Cross Street 
Activities: Industrial Arts Club 1,2,3. 
Horseneck Beach "70" ... the Farm 
. . . Caesar. 









Janet M. Flanagan "Jan" 
1 7 Earle Street 




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Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; French 
Club; Freshman and Sophomore 




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Party Committees; Junior Prom Com- 




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The Echo . . . Dennisport . . . Sunoco 
... Old Post Road . . . Westwood 
. . . Blue Mirror. 


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Donna Flavin 




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47 Pellana Road 






Activities. 


Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; Hilltop- 




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Patricia E. Folan "Pattie" 

209 Prospect Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committee; Drill 
Team 3, Captain 4; Investment Club 
4; Senior Auction; Senior Musical. 

"He who ceases to be a friend never 
was one." 



Maureen A. Foley "Moe" 

32 Adams Street 

Activities: Softball 1 ; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Sen- 
ior Auction; Senior Play 3, 4; Honor 
Roll 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 
3. 

July 4, 1 969 . . . August 25, 1 969 . . . 
"Donkey" . . . the dragon bridge. 





Gale Forman 

76 Westover Parkway 

Activities: Cheerleader 1 ; Concert Cho- 
rale 3, 4; Drama-Play 3; Field Hock- 
ey 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees. 

"Those countries which are always pre- 
pared for war are not always pre- 
pared for peace." 



san E. Fox "Joanie" 

Ash Road 

ctivities: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 

lewport, Rhode Island . . . North Car- 
olina . . . Florida. 





Mary Fox "Foxy" 

141 Rock Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 

4; Hilltopper 4; Foreign Exchange 

Club 3, 4. 
"Chinese fire drill" . . . West Dennis 

Beach . . . Signor Pizza . . . D-Y 

High School. 



rl L. Freytag "Snowbird" 

Hampden Drive 

tivities: Football; Track 1 ; Wrestling 

2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 

4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 

am the master of my Fate; 

m the captain of my soul." 




Deborah L. Freytag "Freetie Bird" 

4 Hampden Drive 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; 

Investment Club 4; Foreign Ex 

change Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Softball 4. 
"A smile is a gentle curved line that 

sets a lot of things straight." 




Kathleen Friedmann "Kathi" 

20 Pleasant Place 

Activities: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Honor Roll 1 , 2; Foreign 
Exchange Club 4; Investment Club 
4. 

"Happiness can't be defined. It's a cer- 
tain mood, a state of mind. It's a 
sharing of every day affairs with one 
who understands and cares. 




Debra R. Friese "Deb" 

322 Dean Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2; German Club 
3, 4; Senior Play, Scenery Commit- 
tee. 

New Hampshire ... Ski Slopes. 




Paul E. Fulton 
40 Mylod Street 





Joyce Gallagher 

1 40 Winter Street 

Activities: Class Officer 1 , 2; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Senior Auction; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Team. 

Cedar Street bridge . . . Mucca . . . 
January 27 . . . Duxbury Beach . . . 
Dino's Cottage . . . the rock . . . 
ping pong . . . Phil. 




Kathryn E. Galvin "Kathy" 

1 33 Devon Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1; Future Home- 
makers of America 1 , 2; Tiot Typing 
Committee; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees. 

Motel 128... Fair Haven . . . Nantuc- 
ket . . . Martha's Vineyard . . . July 
10, 1968 . . . Brockton Fair. 





Kathleen Garneau "Kath" 

45 Redwood Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Business 

Club; Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
"69" . . . getting lost . . . Linda's 

crash . . . hockey games . . . What 

are we fighting for? Miami, Florida 

. . . Pea. 



Rita A. Garnhum 

10 Woodbine Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Majo- 
rette 1, 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 3; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Senior Auction; Ways and Means 
Committee. 

Pet Peeve: Peyton Place. 

"69" . . . Blue Hills . . . getting lost 
. . . White Horse Beach . . . Brain- 
tree . . . Hockey games . . . Labor 
Day Weekends . . . My car ... 
Marshfield . . . Alton Bay, New 
Hampshire . . . The tracks . . . July 
28, 1970. 




Paul Geary "Gerry 

294 Cedar Street 

Dedham 

Activities: Press Club 4; Student Coo 

3,4. 
Pet Peeve: Make-up hours. 
The Cape . . . Bourne . . . Falmout 

... 1 962 Ford . . . Super Car. 



Robert Gemba "Caesar" 

98 Railroad Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Senior Play; Senior Musical; 
Track 1. 

Harry . . . The Cove . . . Friendly's . . . 
Callahan's Furniture Co. . . . Blue 
Hills ... FM ... Tappy . . . 
Bzzzzzzzz . . . What a Bummer . . . 
Nose . . . Beak. 





Gail H. Georgetti 

166 Gay Street 

Activities: Art Club; Senior Play; B^ 
ketball; Science Club. 

Lake George, New York . . . Mar 
field . . . Snoopy drawings . . . flc 
ers . . . You've got to be kidding 



Natale Giampa "Frank" 

2 1 6 Lenox Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 





Robert Gillespie "Bob" 

99 Jefferson Drive 

Activities: Wrestling 1 , 2; Freshman 

and Sophomore Party Committees; 

Senior Auction. 
Pet Peeve: Going to school at 8:00. 



Judith A. Giorgio "George" 

97 Rock Street 

Activities: Pep Club; Foreign Exchange; 
Business Club; Freshman and Sopho 
more Party Committees; Basketball; 
Book Store Aide; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Game. 

"God grant me the serenity to accept 
the things I can not change, Cour- 
age to change things I can, and wis- 
dom to know the difference." 



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jnstance Gillett "Connie" 

' Cypress Street 

ctivities: Student Council 2; Ways & 
Means Committee; Girls' Choir; Con- 
cert Chorale 4; Madrigals 4; South- 
east District Chorus; Senior Play; Tiot 
Circulation Committee; Senior Auc- 
tion. 

In watermelon sugar the deeds were 
done and done again as my life is 
done in watermelon sugar." 





Lynn Giunchetto "Jinky" 

131 Cottage Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2; Drama Club; 
Art Club; Spanish Club. 

Palmer ... the Capitol . . . Hyde Park 
. . . Danny . . . Peanie . . . Wildman 
. . . Lechmere's ... A ride home 
from work . . . Green Harbor . . . 
New Hampshire ... A lasagna din- 
ner. 



Catherine M. Gleason "Cathy" 

47 Devon Road 

Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3; Pep Club 
2, 3, 4; Sophomore Party Commit- 
tee; By Laws 4; Drama Production 3; 
Senior Play; World Affairs Council 
3; Ski Club 4; Art Club 3. 

"I would rather sit down on a pumpkin 
and have it all to myself than be 
crowded on a velvet cushion." 



Clare Godfrey 

89 Winfield Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club; Senior 
Play; Senior Auction; Tiot Typing 
Committee; Senior Musical. 

"RENID" . . . nuntie ... the cove . . . 
Betsy. 







Jean M. Goguen "Jeannie" 

43 Harrow Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Student Council- 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Pet Peeve: The Service 



Ann Goodwin 

30 Hickory Road 

Activities: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Pep Club 
1; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Honor Roll; National Honor Society. 

"The name of friendship is common. 
The faith of friendship is rare." 



Deborah J. Goodwin "Dezi" 

1 78 Jefferson Drive 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committee; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 

4; Tiot Typist; Senior Play; Senior 

Auction. 
"Some men see things as they are and 

say why. I dream things that never 

were and say why not." 



Patricia M. Gray "Pattie" 

1 6 Monroe Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 

4; Senior Play Committee; Senior 

Auction; Tiot Typing Committee; 

Senior Musical. 
Bob . . . Red Wildcats 

. . . Corn Muffins? . . 

1 970 ... St. Tim's 

nald's ... 4 Miles . 

Moose Hill Road 



der. 



. The Farm 
January 16, 
. . MacDo- 
Nuntie . . . 
Law Classes 
Rag Bag . . . Herbert . . . Thun- 




Richard N. Greene "Die 

1 39 Monroe Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomc 
Party Committees; Junior Prom; L 
Aid; Concert Chorale 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Pet Peeve: Too much homework on 
weekends. 



Christopher P. Griffin "Stiff" 

100 Lincoln Street 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 

1; Senior Auction. 
"Hey look, if you want things done 

right, do it my way." 




Mary Griffin 

22 Silver Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ft 

man and Sophomore Party Cor 

tees; Senior Play. 
. . . Graduation day, 1971. 



Patricia Ann Griffin "Patty" 

1 00 Lincoln Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Hilltopper 3; Stu- 
dent Council 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 
4; Senior Play; Ski Club 4. 

. . . Jan. 16th . . . Oct. 4th .. . Aug. 
23rd . . . Upland Road . . . Union 
Meetings . . . Cinderella . . . Moan 
. . . "Pie" . . . "We are Siamese!" 





Mary Ann Grinavic "Mary" 

530 Pleasant Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1 j Sophomore 

Party Committee. 
Pet Peeve: Having to wait for people. 
Nantasket . . . May 23 . . . The Cape 

. . . Blue Hills . . . Sailor hat ... 

Stuffed Animal . . . Shoopy . . . 

"Big Bruiser." 



Laura Hale 

42 Langwood Terrace 

Activities: Gymnastics 2; Pep Club 1 j 
French Club 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 
4; National Honor Society; Circula 
tion Committee; Foreign Exchange 
Club 4. 

"Such is life." 




Stephen Peter Groh "Steve" 

46 Lancaster Lane 
Activities: Band 1, 2. 
'The true reward of having done 
something is to have done it." 





Elizabeth C. Grudinskas "Liz" 

1 23 Rock Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Invest- 
ment Club 4; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees. 

"Life is like an onion; you peel it off 
one layer at a time; and sometimes 
you weep." 



onna M. Gugliotta "Mousey" 

1 7 Pellana Rood 

ctivities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3", 
4; Senior Play Committee; Senior 
Auction; Future Homemakers of 
America 1, 2; Senior Musical Com- 
mittee. 

ig-Bag . . . "Ace" . . . MacDonalds 
. . . Moose Hill Road . . . Pizza 
Tower . . . Second Society . . . 
Straw. 




Joseph Hall "Joe" 

70 Valley Road 

Activities: Gymnastics 1,2,3, 4; Track 

1, 2, 3,4. 
"These boys . . ." 
purple Desire . . . Above the World 

. . . Banana Back . . . Blue Hills. 



Michael Halpin "Hal" 

99 Codman Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Track 2, 3; Senior 

Auction; Investment Club. 
"Be Good" 
. . . Brockleman's . 




Pamela Hammond "Pam" 

130 Codman Rood 

Activities: Pep Club; Investment Club 4. 
"Loneliness is the feeling of having no- 
body wanting you to help them." 







Kim E. Hamre "Kimberly" 

38 Maple Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Chorus 
1, 2; Tiot Typing Committee; Senior 
Play; Senior Musical; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

"Promise?" . . . 600 Clapboardtree 
Street . . . Canton Cemetery ... The 
Rock . . . Horseneck Beach . . . Peri- 
od 6 Law Classes . . . Summers at 
New York . . . gaining weight . . . 
mornings in room 229 . . . West- 
wood. 




Lois Hampl "Robbi" 

95 Fulton Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sopho- 
more Party Committee; Student 
Council 3; Investment Club 4; Adver- 
tising Committee 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 
3; Senior Play Committee. 

"Today is the beginning of the rest of 
your Life." 



Donna Mary Hand 

47 Nichols Street 

Activities: Senior Play Committee; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman and Soph- 
omore Party Committees; Senior 
Prom Committee; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Team; School Improvements 
Committee. 

Marshfield . . . Blue Hills . . . "70" 

Nov. 8, 1968 . . . Junior Prom 

"69" . . . Bods . . . Falmouth "68" 

. . . Brockton Fair "70" . . . Rainy 

nights. 



Carol J. Hanlon 

145 Lane Drive 

Activities: F.H.A.; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. 

Twenty-nine . . . California. 





Timothy Hanscom "Scummy' 

1 2 Rockhill Street 

Activities: Baseball 1; Football 2, 3 

Soccer 4. 
F.M. (Father Mac's) . . . Black Bead 
G.F.U. ... Six of tails. 



Louise Ann Harding 

"Guido & Past Time" 
67 Whidden Avenue, Whitman 
Activities: Open House; Hotel Show; 

Student Co-op, President. 
Vermont . . . Duxbury Beach . . . Mid- 

dleboro . . . Bike Races . . . Betsy. 




Jane F. Harris 

71 Walnut Avenue 



Christopher Hawley 

33 Geraldine Drive 

Pet Peeve: Monday Mornings. 

Blue Hills . . . Sebago Lake. 



Vrleen E. Hart 

10 Nichols Street 

\ctivities: French Club 4; Library Aid 1 , 
2; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

Iraintree . . . Whist . . . Myles Stan- 
dish . . . Black Cat Road . . . Cur- 
few. 






lulie Ann Hassett 

\\ Devon Road 

Activities-. Pep Club 4; Tennis 3; French 

Club 2, 3. 
'Life is like an onion; you peel it off 

one layer at a time, and sometimes 

you weep." 





Maureen Hawley 

28 Hemlock Street 

Activifies: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; French Club 2, 3, 
4, Drill Team 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 
4; Hilltopper 3. 

Pet Peeve: 81950, Mondays. 





Paul J. Hartnett, Jr. "Jack Armstrong" 

86 Juniper Drive 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, Capt. 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; President Class 
1, 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Ex- 
ecutive Board 4; Harvard Book 
Award 3. 

April 4 . . . Camp Cedar . . . Blue Hills. 



Linda Hayes 

ii Jefferson Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Junior 

Prom Committee; Business Club 3; 

Sophomore Party Committee. 
"Don't let the Sun Catch You Crying." 





Richard Head 
28 Fifth Street 
Polka . . . Races . 
Senior Foods. 





Suellen Hershman 

203 Winslow Avenue 

Activities: Basketball 1 , 2; Tennis 2; 
Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Southeast District Orches- 
tra 1, 2, 3, 4; Mass. All-State Band 
3, 4; Greater Youth Symphony Or- 
chestra 2, 3, 4. 




Susan Hobbs "Sue" 

101 Village Road East 

Activities: Gymnastics 3, 4; Student 
Council 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Senior Play; 
Pep Club 3, 4; Drama 3, 4; Invest- 
ment Club 4. 

Go West for the best . . . The duke is 
at the Brandmore . . . Bob's party 
. . . Law Class . . . Pizza Place . . . 
Bob. 





Michael R. Hester 

41 Hickory Road 

Activities: Concert Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Stageband 3, 4; Southeast District 
Band 3. 4; All-State Band 3. 




Charles Heyn 
30 Marion Avenue 
Activities: Gymnastics 1 . 
Pet Peeve: Vietnam 



Michelle Higgins "Mickey" 

27 Countryside Lane 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Student Council 

1 , 2; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Art Club 4. 
Ken Goyehe . . . California . . . Letters 

from Hawaii . . . Showers in Pink 

. . . Bathrooms. 



Melinda E. Hocutt "Mel" 

196 Walpole Street 

Activities: Pep Club; Freshman and 

Sophomore Party Committees; 

Cheerleading 1. 
Tony . . . 5th period . . . A.F.R. . . . 

Gold L.T.D Mucca . . . DEB . . . 

October 31, 1969. 





Wayne Holway "Hip 

1 2 Dorset Street 

Activities: Freshman Party Committee. 
Pet Peeve: Alarm Clocks. 
Peugeot . . . Telephone poles. 



Lorraine Hucksam 

89 Fulton Street 

Activities: Swimming 1,2,3, Tri-Cap- 
tain 4; Senior Auction; French Club 
3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Circu- 
lation Editor of the Yearbook. 

The bluffs . . . The Snackery . . . Baby 
Blue Bomber . . . The dirge . . . Tele- 
gram . . . The truck . . . Sha-na-na 
. . . Sweetie. 




Carol M. Humsey "Candy" 

1 1 Ridgewood Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology 
Club 1 , 2; Tiot Typing Committee; 
Senior Play Committee. 

Pet Peeve: Curfews. 

. . . Costa Mesa . . . My Teddy Bear 
. . . Thorndike, Maine . . . My tele- 
phone . . . my diary . . . weekends 
. . . June 1971 ... "Mr. Great." 



David A. Jancauskas "David" 

25 St. Johns Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 

"If a man does not keep pace with his 
companions, perhaps it's because he 
hears a different drummer. Let him 
sleep to the music which he hears 
however measured or far away." 






Scott G. Hutchens "Hutch" 

1 1 Suffolk Drive 

Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Track 1 ; 
Student Council 3, 4; Student Gov- 
ernment Day 3; German Club, Vice 
President 4. 

Cape Cod . . . Camp Cedar, Maine. 




Jeffrey Ingalls "Jeff" 

8 Jay Barry Lane 

Activities: French Club; Ski Club. 




Deborah Ann Jackson 

260 Lenox Street 

Activities: Pep Club; Language Lab 
Aide; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 

Pet Peeve: People who mumble. 

like the color of my skin on the day 
that I grow old my life is filled with 
patterns that can scarcely be con- 
trolled." 



Richard Jennings "Dicka" 

50 Saunders Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Senior Auction; 

Track 2, 3. 
Pet Peeve: Girls in slacks. 



Sue Ann Jennings "Sue" 

30 Howard Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 

Play Committee. 
August 5, 1970 . . . S.V Sandhills 

. . . Blue mirror . . . Waikiki Beach. 



Joseph Johnson "Goat" 

61 Cameron Road 

Activities: Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1 , 2, 3, 
4. 

"Wait till Monday at Lunch." 

. . . Blue Hills . . . Mother's House. 






Diane Jordan "D.J." 

40 Cambridge Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club. 

Agnew . . . Blue Hills . . . MacDonald's 
. . . horses . . . bowling . . . bil- 
liards. 




Mary Ann Keady 

41 Railroad Avenue 

Activities: Student Council 3; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

March 13, 1970 . . .Jr. Prom . . . flat 
tire . . . Scituate . . . Blue Hills . . . 
HARVEY and the FOUR-EYED 
HUNCHBACK ... Ken and Kath 
... the GREEN HORNET ... the 
BEAN . . . TEC . . . pearl ring . . . 
CLASS OF 71. 




David Joy "Sadd" 

1 36 Azalea Drive 

Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 1; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees; Art Club 3; 
Yearbook Editor. 



Paul E. Keefe 

36 Ridgewood Drive 

Activities: Senior Class Play; Invest- 
ment Club 4; Yearbook Advertising 
Committee. 

Mr. O . . . My job . . . G.D. . . . 
Beaches . . . sitting on the rocks . . . 
Cleveland Circle. 




Marie Judge "Ree" 

1 64 Union St. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; 
French Club 3, 4; Concert Chorale 3, 
4; Library Service Club 1,2,3; Stu- 
dent Government Day 2; 
N.M.S.Q.T. Letter of Commenda- 
tion. 

"But, if I tell you who I am, you may 
not like who I am and it is all that I 
have." 




Donna Juslin 
1 7 Beacon Park Road 
Activities: Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees. 





Joan Keegan "Jonie Junket" Stephen J. Kennedy "Bird" 

51 Meadow Street 7 Mayfair Street 

Pet Peeve: Phonies Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

"Heaven helps us all." Party Committees; Junior and Senior 

Prom Committees; Basketball I; 
Class Vice-President 1, 2; Class Pres- 
ident 3, 4. 
Pet Peeve: Norwood Super Cliques. 
15 Landsdown Street . . . '65 blue eco- 
noline . . . Rock-out . . . Boom shak- 
a-laka boom-shak-a-lako-boom. 




Kathleen M. Kehoe "Kathy" 

29 Jacobsen Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2. 

"I am flooring it, Sue!" 

Pet Peeve: Tight parking spaces. 





Cameron Kelley "Ubbid" 

540 Nichols Street 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 1, 2; Executive 
Board 3, Co-Chairman 4; Class Trea- 
surer 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Faculty Ad- 
visory Board 3; Election Commission 
3,4. 

Oat's pad . . . Snow Bowl . . . O.R.C. 
Classic, especially the "Huskies." 



'atricia Kennedy 

102 Westview Drive 

\ctivities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Field Hockey 2, 
3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 3, 
Co-Captain 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
R.F.A. Club; Honor Roll 1 , 2, 3, 4. 
Be free, be whatever you want, do 
whatever you want to do, just so 
long as you don't hurt anybody." 




Patrick Kewriga "Rose" 

27 Lydon Street 

Activities: Basketball 1 , 4; Freshman 

and Sophomore Party Committees. 
Pet Peeve: The Crack Crew. 
The attic . . . the temple . . . space. 



Fay Kimtis 

352 Washington Street 

Activities: Pep Club; F.H.A.; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees. 

"Some choose their way of living; oth- 
ers take what comes their way, but 
do what makes you happy; it will 
save regrets someday." 



Charles King "Charlie" 

238 Vernon Street 

Activities: Football 1,2,3, 4; Wrestling 

2, 3; Chairman of Blue Hills Party 

Committee. 
Pet Peeve: Walking to school. 








Elaine M. Kougias "Laine" 

6 Manchester Road 

Activities: Student Council 1 , 3, 4; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1; 
Spanish Club 2, 3; Senior Play; Ski 
Club 4; Sophomore Party Commit- 
tee; By Laws Committee. 

Have you decided? . . . Dennis to Fal- 
mouth . . . Florida . . . SUN-tans 
. . . Bergsons . . . cucka-doots . . . 
the Cape . . . candles . . . 2-8 . . . 
MG's . . . Tahiti . . . M.Y.C. . . . 
Thumbs out. 



Kristina Kriauciunas "Kris" 

25 Sunset Avenue 

Activities: German Club; National 

Honor Society 3, 4. 
Pet Peeve: White socks. 
"For if you, whatever life you wear, it 

will become you, and if you are 

glad, whatever is living will yourself 

become." 



Mary Laarhoven 

276 Union Street 

Activities: German Club 3, Co-Presi- 
dent 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Library 
Club 1, 2; Treasurer 2; Language 
Lab Aid; Science Club, Secretary 3; 
Ticket Seller 3, 4; Foreign Exchange 
Club; Girls' Choir; Investors' Club; 
Majorette; Ticket Seller 3, 4; B.U. 
German Club Finalist. 

"I saw a butterfly; It was free, why 
aren't I? 



Paul G. Langley 

87 Countryside Lane 

Activities: Investment Club 4; Freshman 

and Sophomore Party Committees; 

Spanish Club; Ski Club 4. 
Blue Hills . . . Mt. Sunapee. 




Mary Jane Lanier "M.J." 

265 Railroad Avenue 

Activities: Field Hockey 1 ; Pep Club 1 , 

2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A.; Drama Class Play 

Committee; Junior Prom Committee; 

Senior Auction. 
"There's a Place in the Sun Where 

There's hope for Everyone." 



Stephen J. Lanzilla "Godzilla" 

31 Columbine Road 

Activities: German Club 3, Co-Presi- 
dent of German Club 4. 

Whoopdeedoo and wing-a-ding . . . 
Unbelievable . . . Bunratty Castle 
. . . Limerick . . . Ireland . . . Berlin 
. . . Germany . . . Hamburgers. 




Kathleen Lanzoni "Kath" 

24 Nottingham Drive 

Activities: Softball 1,2,3, 4; Freshman 

and Sophomore Party Committees; 

Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4. 
"Dreams are for those who sleep, Life 

is for us to keep." — Bread 



Frank A. Laquidara, Jr. "Funk" 

24 McKinley Road 

Activities: Band 1,2,3, 4; Woodwind 

Ensemble 1, 4; Senior Musicale 1. 
Falmouth . . . Cape Cod . . . Vineyard 

Sound . . . New Hampshire 

"1970." 
"If he sails as well as he plays French 

Horn, he's in deep trouble." 





ohn R. Lawrie "Pipe" 

21 Nahatan Street 
Activities: Baseball 1; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 

4. 
'et Peeve: Girls. 
Aasoneilan . . . Blue Hills. V.F.W. . . . 

XL's Room. 




Gerard Lazzaro "Jerry" 

55 Westover Parkway 
Activities: Swim Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski 
I Club 4; Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
■ p et Peeve: Detention. 
MacDonald's . . . five hours . . . "Ain't 
I no way." 



Patricia A. Larkin "Patty" 

1 1 Manchester Road 

Activities: Girls' Choir; Pep Club; Gym- 
nastics; Leaders Corps; Senior Play; 
Spanish Club; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees; Powder Puff 
Football; Softball. 

Pet Peeve: Monday. 

Aggie Maggie . . . beach . . . number 
2 . . . Bergies . . . Club Car . . . Xa- 
verian . . . nino canoe race . . . 
Cape Cod. 




Charles John Lazzara "Lasagna" 

21 Garfield Avenue 

Activities: Baseball 1 ; Wrestling 3, 4; 

Freshman and Sophomore Party 

Committees. 
Room "19" ... Falmouth . . . Draft 

... The "Wall" ... The Deli . . . 

"Macs" . . . Ball Games. 




Jane Leonard 

9 Warren Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club. 

"The greatest mistake in life is contin- 
ually fearing you'll make one." 




David J. Levine "Dave" 

72 Deerfield Road 

Activities: Band 1,2,3, 4; Stage Band 
1,2,3, 4; Track 1 , 2, 3; Cross Coun- 
try 1, 2; Foreign Exchange Club; 
English 400. 

Pet Peeve: Midi Skirts. 

Peace . . . Love. 




Jill Lexner 

84 Cameron Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 

Wally . . . "You know I do" . . . Isling- 
ton . . . Harvey. 




Robert Libby "Libby" 

1 1 Cameron Road 
Activities: Football 1 , 2. 
Ken Hodge . . . "my" Boston Bruins 
. . . Sparks Dept. Store. 




Peter B. Lindfors "Link" 

32 Walnut Avenue 

Activities: Band 1,2,3, 4; Stage Band 

4; Cross Country 3. 
"I am he, as you are he, as you are 

me, and we are all together." 



Kathy Lindgren 

36 Hemlock Street 

Activities: Basketball 1; Future Home 
makers of America 1; Drill Team 3 
4; Investment Club 4; Hilltopper Typ 
ing Committee 4; Senior Play Com 
mittee; Pep Club 1; Foreign Ex 
change Club 4. 

"It is better to keep your mouth closed 
and be thought a fool than to open 
it and remove all doubt!" 




Carmelina LoRusso "Millie" 

1 268 Washington St. 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
"The child is the father to the man." 



Rosemarie Lottero "Rose" 

103 Lane Drive 

Activities: Pep Club; Freshman Party 

Committee. 
"We are one person; we are two 

alone; we are three together; we ore 

four each other." 




Bonnie Lowe 
51 Croydon Road 
Activities: Girls' Choir 1 , 
"Silence is Golden." 



Michael P. Lowey "Brillo" 

1 1 Stratford Road 

Activities: Baseball 1 , 2; Soccer 2, 4; 
Snow Bowl 3, 4; Student Council 1 , 
4, Vice-President 4; Election Com- 
mission 4; Honor Roll 1 , 2; Town 
Government Day 2. 

"Ace" . . . Temple . . . S.D.S. . . . 
Oat's Pad ... Porky Pines . . . 
Cactus ... #14. 




Mary C. Lydon 

631 Nahatan Street 

Activities: Softball 1; French Club 2, 3; 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Histori- 
an; Senior Auction; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Co-Editor-in-Chief; Invest- 
ment Club 4. 

Aress . . . Sha-na-na . . . New Year's 
Eve . . . MGM . . . Minot . . . Bruins' 
Games . . . Pip . . . Rosebanya . . . 
Pat's nerves . . . Blossoms . . . Baby 
Blue Bomber . . . Garden's Restau- 
rant . . . Ocean Grove . . . "Ace." 




Carolyn C. Lutkus "Carol" 

1 36 Rock St. 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Gymnastics 1 , 2; 
Student Council 3; Foreign Ex- 
change Club 4; Investment Club 4; 
Yearbook Circulation Committee. 

"Of All the things which wisdom pro- 
vides to make life entirely happy, 
much the greatest is the possession 
of friendship." 





Kenneth Lynch 

1 42 Roosevelt Avenue 

Activities: Gymnastics 1, 2; Track 1, 2. 

"Long as I can see the light." 



narles M. Lyons "Charlie" 

i Churchill Drive 

ctivities: Latin Club 3; Hockey 1,2,3; 

Tennis 2, 3, 4; Town Government 1 ; 

English 400; Advertising Editor; 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 

(Honorable Mention). 
Man's flight through life is sustained 

by the power of his knowledge." 




Francis MacAdam "Frank" 

64 Devon Road 

Activities: Latin Club 1 , 2; Investment 

Club 4. 
Pet Peeve: Chemistry. 




Christopher W. Macaulay "McPudd" 

40 Nichols Street 

Activities: Football 1,2,3, 4, Co-Cap- 
tain Football 4; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 
4; Baseball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Class 
Vice-President 3, 4; Student Govern- 
ment Day 1, 2; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2; Student Council Exec- 
utive Board 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. 

"The meek inherit nothing." 




Patricia C. Maclnnes "Patty" 

1 58 Dean Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Basketball 2; 
Honor Roll 1 , 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Club; Student Government Day 
1 ; Drill Team 3, 4; Foreign Exchange 
Club, Secretary 4; Tiot Circulation 
Committee; Hilltopper 4; Lab Aid 3; 
A.F.S. Student. 

"Be like a snowflake. Leave a mark but 
don't leave a stain." 




Teresa K. Maclsaac "Terry" 

31 Westover Parkway 

Activities: F.H.A. 1, 2; Spanish Club 3; 
Investment Club 4; Foreign Ex- 
change Club 4; Basketball 4; Drama 
Play, "Wizard of Oz." 

Pet Peeve: Boys with crew cuts. 

"A crowded hour of glorious life is 
worth an age without." 

(Wadsworth) 





Maryann MacKinnon 
891 Washington Street 





Dennis MacQuarrie "Denny" 

555 Nichols Street 

Activities: Cross Country 1, 2, 3; In- 
door Track 1 , 2; Hockey 3; Outdoor 
Track 2, 3; Band 3. 

Cape Cod . . . New York City . . . Poli- 
tics. 



Janice Mahoney 
1 80 Washington Street 
Activities: Art Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1 , 2, 
3, 4; F.H.A. 2; Ski Club 4. 




Cynthia Ann Maggio "Cindy" 

56 Devon Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees. 

Pet Peeve: Gym Class. 

Salem, Mass. . . . August 29. 





Wanda Mahan 
651 Walpole Street 



Shirley Maroney "Sha-Sha" 

9 Lancaster Lane 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 
1, 2; Art Club 3; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Sen- 
ior Play Committee; F.H.A. 1, 2; 
School Improvement Committee 4. 

Powder Puff Football Team . . . renid 
. . . parties. 



Stephanie Mahn "Stevie" 

295 Dean Street 

Activities: Tiot Circulation Committee; 

Student Council 4; Spanish Club 3; 

Art Club 4; Lab Aid; Pep Club 1 , 2. 
Pet Peeve; White socks. 
"Happiness is not hard to find . . . 
It's where you look to find it." 




Jeffrey John Maienza "Jeff" 

10 Cushing Road 

Activities: Tiot Co-Editor-in-Chief; Hill- 
topper 3, 4; C.S.N.; Student Council 
4; Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees; Language Lab Aide 1, 
2. 
"Looking at the snow and trees 
Which grow outside my window. 
Looking at the things which pass me 

by. 

Wondering if where I've been is worth 
the things I've been through, 
Ending with a friend named Sunny 
Skies." 





avid Martowska 
1 8 Neponset Street 
ctivities: Basketball 1, 2. 
et Peeve: School lunches. 



ichelle Maxwell 
)3 Village Road East 
:fivities: Pep Club 3, 4; Future Busi- 
ness Leaders of America 3; F.H.A. 1 . 
5w York . . . Montreal . . . Humarock 
. . . Boston Naval Base . . . Hull . . . 
Bowling shoes ... My telephone 
... On Luck . . . Mark I Fast Back 
. . . Pamy-Ham . . . sugar. 



Robert J. Marsh "Elmer" 

49 Hoyle Street 

Activities: Football 1; Outdoor Track 1; 
Cross Country 2; Swimming and Div- 
ing 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Soccer 
4, Captain; Student Council 3, 4; 
Ways and Means Committee. 

Pet Peeve: New York Rangers. 

"Here Comes Bobby." 





Larry D. Marzuolo "Butch" 

75 Heaton Avenue 

Activities: Student Council 1; Football 
1; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 
2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Soccer 4. 

Pride . . . spirit . . . championship . . . 
wrestling team. 




Pamela Maxwell "Pamsy" 

403 Village Road East 

Activities: Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Future Busi- 
ness Leaders of America 3; F.H.A. 1 . 

Marshfield . . . Maine . . . Arbey's . . . 
V.W.'s . . . Michael . . . Boston 
Bruins. 



Renato M. Mazzotta 

56 Hoyle Street 

Activities: Tennis 2, 4; Track 1 . 

Easy . . . Calm down! 



Carol A. McAuliffe 

95 Prospect Street 

Activities: Gymnastics Manager 3, 4; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Advertising 
Committee of the Yearbook; Sopho- 
more Party Committee; Investment 
Club 4; Senior Auction. 

"The greatest tragedy of life is not that 
men die but that they cease to 
love." 



Diane J. McAuliffe "Di" 

5 Marion Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Investment Club 4; Advertising 
Committee of the Yearbook; Honor 
Roll 1. 

Arnie . . . Horseneck "70" . . . Caesar 
. . . Frog . . . Hirum . . . The Farm. 







Eileen McAvoy 

18 Forrest Avenue 

Activities: Track 1 ; Girls' Choir 1,2,3, 
4; Madrigals 4; Hilltopper 2, 3, Co- 
Editor in Chief 4; English 400. 

Pet Peeve: Women's Liberation. 

"Chinese Fire Drill" . . . F.O.N, times 
. . . "Pig Pile" . . . "Mustang" Bas 
ketball . . . "Hare Khrishna" 
"T.D.O." . . . New Pond . . . Halle 
lujah Chorus . . . "Pap Gino's" 
"Pirahanas" . . . "Our Hero" 
"N.H.S." 



Elizabeth Marie McCabe "Liz" 

35 Bird Road 

Activities: Art Club 4; Investment Club 
4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 
3, 4; Senior Play; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

"Though nothing can bring back the 
hour of splendor in the grass, of 
glory in the flower; we will grieve 
not, rather find strength in what re- 
mains behind." 



Gail McCann 

60 Meadow Street 

Activities: French Club 2, Secretary 3, 
President 4; Field Hockey Team 2, 3, 
4; Circulation Committee for Year- 
book; Foreign Exchange Club 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society; Honor Roll 1, 
2, 3, 4; NMSQT Letter of Commen- 
dation; Pep Club 1 . 

Pet Peeve: Dismal days. 

"Unquestionably the greatest motive 
power on earth will ever be that of 
love." 



Kathleen Anne Marie McCarthy 

"Kath" 

41 Massachusetts Avenue, Walpole 

Activities: Representative for McCall's 
Teen Fashion Board; National Wool 
Council; Student Co-op; Boston 
Salesman's Competition; Press Club. 

Chimney Rock . . . People's Press . . . 
the Capitol Theater . . . Pook's . . . 
New York. 




William J. McCarthy, Jr. "Wild E 
1 20 Jefferson Drive 
Activities: Football 1,2,3, 4; Ind 
Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 
Pet Peeve: Shaving. 
October 26, 1970 ... 3 IF'S. 



Stephen M. McColgan "St( 

69 Garfield Avenue 

Activities: F.B.L.A. 3, 4. 

Pet Peeve: Racial Disturbances. 

Smile . . . Hunting . . . Crows . . . 
Vegas . . . money . . . food 
"The Moon" . . . "Rain." 





Thomas G. McCracken "Crac 

1 37 Arnold Road 

Activities: Soccer 3, 4; Wrestling 1 

3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Sophon 

Party Committee. 



Blue Hills . . . "Syrian 
"Doc" . . . "Jidu" . . . 



Haflis" 
"Stubs.' 



Stephen McCrossan "Mac" 

98 Harrow Road 

Activities: Band 1,2,3, 4; Stage Band 
2, 3, 4; S.E. District Wind Ensemble 
2, 3, 4; Massachusetts All State 
Band 2, 3, 4. 

Pet Peeve: Half Time. 

"Let us now say grace with Fr . . ." 





Janice McDermott "Jan" 

99 Bruce Road 

Activities: Freshman Party Committee; 
Cheerleader 1; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Student Council 3; Ath- 
letic Committee 3; Chairman of 
Ways and Means Committee; Stu- 
dent Council Treasurer; Drama 
Showcase 3; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

"So what's new?" . . . Zinga Zinga" 
. . . "Sorry!" . . . Excitement at the 
matches. 



athleen Jane McGill "Kathy" 

4 Geraldine Drive 

Ictivities: Honor Roll 1 ; Ticket Seller 3; 

I Pep Club 1, 2; Drill Team-Color 
Guard 4; Concert Chorale 1,2, 3, 
4; Madrigals 3, 4; Senior Play Com- 
mittee; Senior Musical; F.H.A. Club, 

! Secretary 3; F.H.A. President 4; 
Field Hockey 4; Basketball 1,2; Bas- 
ketball Captain 3, 4; Softball 1 , 2, 

i Captain 3, 4; Leader Corps 4. 

et Plane . . . 819-50E . . . courageous 
. red . . . W.O.W. . . . Rock 'Em 
. Arbie's . . . Dappy's Place . . . 

I Room 004 . . . Two left shoes . . . 

f fireballs. 





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Carol McGrath 
23 Birch Road 
Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1; 

F.B.L.A. 3. 
Pet Peeve: Empty gas tank. 
"See what I mean, Jellybeanl" . . . 

franklin-willow run . . . "Peanuts" 



... 4th Cliff 
1/9/70. 



Appleton 




Cheryll A. McGuire "Cheri" 

340 Prospect Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Hilltopper 3; Senior Play; Ski 
Club 4; Standing Committee. 

Pet Peeve: Flat Tires. 

April 4 . . . Union Meetings . . . Up- 
land Road . . . Boston Arena . . . 
Cinderella . . . Egg Yolks. 




James M. McHugh 
81 Hoyle Street 

Activities: Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3; 
Basketball 3, 4; Soccer 4. 




Elizabeth B. Mcintosh "Betty" 

37 Hawthorne Street 

Activities: Concert Chorale 1,2,3, 4; 
Madrigals 4; Drama Showcase 3; 
Senior Play; Foreign Exchange Club 
3; Spanish Club 4; "Powder Puff" 
Football Team, Captain. 

Pet Peeve: Subway Stations. 

Encounters . . . T.N.T. . . . Xavarian 
H.S. . . . Sarasota, Florida folk con- 
certs . . . English class. 








Kenneth McKay "Giant" 

32 Greenwich Road 

Activities: F.B.L.A. 3; Wrestling 3; Con- 
cert Chorale 3. 

Pet Peeve: The Draft. 

Going to Blue Hills for Graphic Arts 
. . . Camping . . . Marching in the 
27th Drum & Bugle Corp. 



Debra L. McKeon "Debbie" 

32 Geraldine Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Ways and Means Committee; 
School Improvement Committee; 
Senior Play Committee. 

July 28, 1970 . . . Dave . . . Braintree 
parties . . . Blue Hills . . . "On Luck" 
. . . N.H. Cottage . . . White Horse 
Beach. 



James McKeon "Strange" 

30 Allandale Parkway 

Body . . . Grants . . . Golden Hawk. 



Deborah McNamara "Debbie" 

32 Surrey Road 

Activities: Student Council; Drill Team; 

Freshman and Sophomore Party 

Committees; Field Hockey 2, 4; Pep 

Club. 
Riding down Long Lake on the Proud 

Mary . . . W.H.B. 




Patricia McNamara "Patty" 

37 Alandale Parkway 

Activities: World Affairs Club; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees. 

"Count none but sunny hours." 



Earl McNeil "Gerry" 

27 Margaret Street 
"You have to set a goal for yourself to 
make it." 





Thomas J. McQuaid "Tom' 

1 20 Gay Street 

Activities: Tiot Circulation Committee 

Investment Club 4; Photograph' 

Club 4. 
Paine's Campground . . . Fish am 

Chips. 



Patrick McQuillan "Butch" 

31 Inverness Road 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; 
Class Officer 1,2,3, 4; Snow Bowl 
1, 2; MVP 3, 4. 

Pet Peeve: Camp Cedar, Cabin 2. 

4-3 "Monster Blitz" . . . Over-extend 
... The Pit .. . Blue Hills. 





Timothy Megan "Frog" 

59 Spruce Road 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stageband 
3, 4; Southeast District Band 2, 3, 4; 
All State Band 4. 

Pet Peeve: Being nicknamed "frog." 

Satan's Kingdom . . . 2001 . . . ham- 
mer . . . U.S. Bag. 



Aichael Melley "Mike" 

I Kenwood Drive 

Activities: Band; Senior Play; Art Club; 

Math Club; English 400. 
'et Peeve: Homeworkl 





Donna Marie Mellon 

52 Norton Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Invest- 
ment Club 4; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees; Honor Roll 
1,2. 

"The future turns to the present as 
quickly as the present turns to the 
past." 



V. Ann Merritt "Ann" 

3 Buckingham Road 

ctivities: Math Team 3, 4. 

t riles them to believe that you Per- 
ceive the web they weave and keep 
on thinking free." 




Christine Metthe "Chris" 

358 Sumner Street 

Activities: Freshman Party Committee; 

Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 

Officer 4; Senior Play Committee; 

Tiot Circulation Committee. 
May 28 . . . Coolidge . . . Charley 

Brown . . . Oct. 11... Angie . . . 

bell . . . mustang . . . playlines . . . 

June 12 . . . Teddi . . . Randi. 




Carolyn Ann Michael "Ca" 

75 Dean Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Sopho- 
more Party Committee; Business 
Club. 

Blue Hills "69" getting lost . . . Tommy 
. . . Labor Day "70" . . . Navy 
August "69" . . . California 
Pasadena . . . Motorcycle 
"Hair" . . . Hippies . . . Conn. 
Hafli . . . Sunday, Oct. 25th 
Black Beach . . . Falmouth 
Mac's . . . Down by the grapevine 
. . . New Year's Eve. 



Robert Joseph Michienzie "Mucca" 

2 Jacob Road 

Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Baseball 

1; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; 

Wrestling 4; Industrial Arts Club 1, 

2, 3, 4. 
"Yours is not to reason why; yours is 

but to do and die." 





Ronald W. Mike "Huffy" 

7 Atwood Avenue 

Activities: Football 1; Student Trainer 

4; Indoor Track 3, 4; Hilltopper 4. 
Ride . . . Gordie's party . . . Mary and 

the gang . . . Oct. 31 . 




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Edward Mistier "Tweet-Tweet" 

601 Nichols Street 

Activities: Hilltopper Sports Editor 4; 

Track 2. 
Pet Peeve: "No pet peeve, but I have 

a pet moose." 
My genuine, official NHL Hockey puck 

. . . autographed personally by Don 

Awrey in black ink. 




George Thomas Mooney "GT" 

9 Windsor Road 

Activities: Student Council 1, 2, 3; 

Drama Club 1; German Club 1, 2. 
Echo Bridge . . . Newton. 




Robert D. Morrison "Beetle" 

58 Sixth Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 

Pet Peeve: Walking through a cow- 
pasture, barefoot. 

ZTILHS ... The Elks . . . Maalox. 




Kenneth M. Morse "Red" 

24 Greenwich Road 

Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Out- 
door Track 2, 3, 4; Investment Club, 
Board of Directors. 

"We run to win.???" 






John Moynihan "Masher" 

45 Alandale Parkway 

Activities: Wrestling 2, 3, Tri-Captain 
4; Investment Club; Honor Roll 1, 2; 
Cheerleader for Powder Puff Foot- 
ball Team 4. 

Temple . . . Hartnetts . . . Room 15 
. . . Sam Oat's . . . Night ... Mr 
Piccirilli's Office . . . Number 1 . . 
Spiro Agnew . . . Dome . . . BIum 
Hills. 



Linda Anne Mulkern "Lin" 

14 Prospect Avenue 

Activities: Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Art Club 
4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Investment 
Club 4; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Senior Play; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

Pet Peeve: "Fish Eyes." 

MacDonalds . . . Pond St. ... Thun- 
der! . . . Mona and Chubs . . . Blue 
Hills . . . NVF . . . Alice . . . Friend- 
ly's . . . cafe. 





Peter Michael Mullen "Peach" 

18 Douglas Avenue 
Pet Peeve: The lunches. 
"Tomorrow never comes unless One 
lives for today." 



Susan Mullen 

24 Nichols Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; School 
Improvements Committee; Powder 
Puff Football Team 4; Senior Play 
Committee; Senior Auction. 

Pet Peeve: Petty gossip. 

"American Flags" . . . Elsa . . . Mucca 
Lake . . . good bugs . . . Pier 4 . . . 
our favorite slippers . . . Brady's ga- 
rage . . . Cape . . . Gatso . . . 
"Julie, Julie" . . . Black Beach . . . 
YR change . . . Stone Street. 





Sharon Mulvey 
1 7 Ridgewood Drive 
Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 



lames Murphy "Murph" 

109 Hillside Avenue 

Activities: Football 1,2,3, 4; Concert 

Chorale 4; Freshman Chorus 1; 

Wrestling 2; Freshman Track 1 . 
'Like a bird on a wire, like a drunk in 

a midnight choir." 




John Murphy "XL" 

1 36 Roosevelt Avenue 

Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3; Track 2, 4; 

Wrestling 2, 4. 
"Let's not and say we did." 




Thomas G. Murphy 
1 93 Vernon Street 
Activities: Basketball 2; Wrestling 1 . 




Peter Murray "Rabbit" 

60 Neponset Street 

Activities: Wrestling 4. 

Pet Peeve: Monday Mornings. 

Derek Sanderson of the Boston Bruins. 




Richard Nelson "Ozzie" 

14 Spruce Road 

Activities: Baseball 1; Spanish Club 2; 

Sophomore Party Committee; Senior 

Auction. 
Pet Peeve: Pushy and Bossy Women. 
F.M. (Father Mac's) . . . F.M. parties. 




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Eric Newman 

302 Prospect Street 

Activities: Swimming 1, 2; Freshman 

and Sophomore Party Committees. 
Pet Peeve: UNFAIR Teachers. 
Bangor, Maine . . . North Conway, 

N. H (Nature??). 



Gail Newman 

85 Rosemary Street 

Activities: Pep Team 1 , 2; Biology Club 
2, 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees. 

Pet Peeve: Phony people. 

"I think I Love you, ... but isn't that 
what Life is all about?" 




Lorre Ann Nickerson "Nik" 

1 1 Inverness Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; F.B.L.A. 3; Senior Play; Senior 
Auction. 

Seabees can do . . . Friendly's and 
Star Market ... my little Red Volk- 
swagen . . . Blue Hills . . . with the 
braces. 



John F. Noble, Jr. "Jack" 

96 Westview Drive 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
"Charles, stop buggin' me!" 




Philip Nolfi "Nolf" 

1 247 Washington Street 

Activities: Cross Country 1 , 3, Captain 
4; Investment Club — Board of Di- 
rectors 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1. 

Pet Peeve-. No. 1 6. 

"Big Blue is Better." 

St. Tim's . . . Sparks . . . The Temple 
. . . Oldham . . . tennis courts . . . 
Donna. 



Lawrence Michael Notarangelo 

"Larry' 
20 Nichols Street 
Activities: Swimming 1 ; Tennis 1 , 2 

Chess Club 1, 2; Gymnastics 3, 

Photo Club 3; Investment Club 4, 

Concert Chorale 4. 
Pet Peeve: Birtles and Cadillacs. 
M.G. . . . Karate . . . Surfing . . . Blue 

Hills . . . Freshman year with Otis. 





Joan D. O'Beirne "J.O.B." 

141 Codman Road 

Activities: Tiot Editor. 

"Smile, For the world is still beautiful 
and life is still beautiful; everything 
still has its beauty . . . it's just that 
not everyone sees it." 



Dennis M. O'Brien "Bush" 

21 Florence Avenue 

Activities: Student Council 1,2,3, 4; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Ticket 
Selling Committee; Investment Club 
4; Senior Play; Powder Puff Football 
Game Cheerleader; Tiot Circulation 
Committee. 

Pet Peeve: Cab's. 

"What can I say? I don't know my- 
self." 





Diane O'Brien 

405 Prospect Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Hilltopper 3; Art Club 4. 

Pet Peeve: Noisy eaters. 

"Today is the first day of the rest of 
your life." 



Elizabeth O'Brien "Beth" 

35 Deerfield Road 

■Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Co- 
Capt. 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Ten- 
nis 1, 2, 3, 4; Hilltopper 1; Sopho- 
more Party Committee; French Club 
2; Leader Corps 3, 4; Track Manag- 
er 3, 4; Honor Roll; A.F.S. 

Pet Peeve.- Growing old. 

'I live the life I love and love the life I 
live." 





Geraldine O'Brien "Dino" 

43 Phillips Avenue 

Activities: Class Officer 1 ; Freshman 

and Sophomore Party Committees; 

Senior Play Committee. 
Pet Peeve: Sophomores. 
Thunder . . . peace . . . Kingston . . . 

the beach . . . home . . . Cedar 

Street Bridge on Feb. 1 969. 



rValter O'Coi.noll 
S7 Pellana Road 
Activities: Football 1,2,3, 4. 
Camp Cedar . . . calm down. 



"Wally" 




Dennis James O'Day 

31 Hoyle Street 

Activities: Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 4; 
Wrestling 2, 4; Freshman and Soph- 
omore Party Committees; Senior 
Play; Senior Auction; Senior Musi- 
cal; Senior Prom Committee; Invest- 
ment Club; Ski Club. 

"Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so 
far away, Now it looks as though 
they're here to stay." 



John O'Leary 

12 Columbine Road 

Activities: Concert Chorale 2, 3; Track 

3; Stage Crew 1, 2, 3. 
"Some men see things that are and 

say why. 
I see things that never were and say 

why not." 



Jon Oppenheim "Opie" 

1 25 Juniper Drive 

Pet Peeve: Roomy lunchrooms. 

"The only reason more people don't 
own elephants is that no one has of- 
fered them one for $10.00 down 
and $5.00 monthly." 



Stephanie Orent "Steph" 

16 Westover Parkway 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees; Honor Roll 
1, 4; Senior Auction. 

Pet Peeve: Cold weather. 

November 22 . . . 12149Y . . . Boston 
. . . after dark . . . Quebec . . . Old 
Silver Beach. 











Joseph O'Riordan "Joe" 

265 Nahatan Street 
Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 



James W. Orphan "Jim" 

65 Hillshire Lane 

Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 3, 
4; Photography Club 2, 3; Invest- 
ment Club 4. 

Karate . . . Surging . . . Blue Hills . . . 
V.W. . . . Freshman year with OTIS. 



Gonzalo Ostria Pacheco 

2 Sylvan Circle 

Activities: President of A.F.S. Club 4; 

German Club 4; Student Council 4; 

Soccer 4; Senior Auction. 
Zinga-Zinga . . . Herbert . . . N.H.S. 

. . . Norwood . . . Blue Hills . . . 

Captain "Bob" . . . Moose Hill . . . 

chims . . . farms. 



Sheila O'Toole "Sheil" 

447 Azalea Drive 

"Some people say that today is the 
day when the wind will rise and 
blow the world away. I just don't 
know, it maybe so, but up until we 
have to go, I'm going to celebrate." 




John J. Padden III 
602 Bahama Drive 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 



John Padden "Sam Oats" 

462 Nahatan Street 
Activities: Basketball 1,2, 3; Band 1, 
2, 3, 4; Stage Band 3, 4; Honor Roll 

1, 2, 3; Student Director 3, 4; All- 
State Band 3, 4; South East District 

2, 3, 4. 
Oldham . . . Cleveland . . . Temple 

. . . Jack's . . . Otis's class . . . 
Dansville . . . Blue Hills . . . Snow 
Bowl . . . Trailblazing. 





uidre V. Paquette "Picket" 

Glendale Road 

Activities: Band 1,2,3, 4; Stage Band 
2, 3, 4; Senior Musical 2; Student 
Government 3; Honor Roll 2. 

Procrastination is the thief of time." 

he auditorium where I spent roughly 
90 percent of my high school days 
. . . Club 238 .. . Room 152. 




Patricia Ann Paonessa "Pat" 

21 Arcadia Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sopho- 
more Party Committee; Spanish Club 
2, 3; Investment Club 4; Tiot Adver- 
tising; Senior Play; Honor Roll 1 , 2. 

Pet Peeve: People who walk around 
with their noses in the air! 

"Keep smiling and people will wonder 
what you've been up to!" 




Donna M. Pearl "Lil One" 

25 Morningside Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man Party Committee; Concert Cho- 
rale 2, 3, 4; Senior Play. 

September 16, 1968 ... The Plaza 
. . . Miss Donovan's gym class . . . 
Senior Talk Study. 



iristopher Pender "Chris" 

i Rosemary Street 

ctivities: Football 1 , 2; Outdoor Track 

2; Business Club; Student Council 1 , 

2; Senior Play; Senior Auction. 
ft Peeve: Cops, 
ylod Street . . . Falmouth . . . 

McManus's . . . Ramblin Rose . . . 

Buzz. 




Paul S. Pezwick "Pez" 

329 Sumner Street 

Activities: Gymnastics 1,2,3, 4; Span- 
ish Club 3; Investment Club 4; Sen- 
ior Play. 

Pet Peeve: Midi Skirts. 




Jane L. Phillips 

114 Pleasant Street 

Activities: Election Commission 4; Hos- 
pitality Comm. 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 
4; Auctioneer 4; Student Council 1 , 
2, 4; Foreign Exchange Club 4; 
Town Government Day 3; Honor 
Roll 1, 2. 

Blackbird . . . entertaining committee 
F.O.C. . . . Packy . . . Gino . . . 
Tonker Toy. 




John Phillips "Terror" 

114 Pleasant Street 

Activities: Track 2, 3, 4; Sophomore 

Party Committee. 
Pet Peeve: Two-faced teachers. 
"Let's not and say we did." 




Michael S. Piccirilli "Pitch" 

21 Irving Street 

Activities: Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 
1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Election Commis- 
sion. 

Pet Peeve: Aroma of Room 19. 

"To the chicken fence and back." 





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Irene F. Pidzewick "I" 

92 Railroad Avenue 

Activities: Gymnastics 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Spanish Club 3, 4; Investment 
Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Play Committees. 

"The rain showers come and unless we 
prevent it, they refresh our lives." 



Cheryl Ann Pilavious "Cherie" 

1 32 Walpole Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future 
Homemakers of America 2; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees. 

"Parting is such sweet sorrow, I should 
say good night 'till it be morrow." 



Deborah J. Polito "Debbie" 

90 Ridgewood Drive 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Ways 
and Means Committee; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees; 
F.B.L.A. 3. 

McDonald's . . . Black Beach . . . Fal- 
mouth . . . Sunday, October 25 . . . 
"herbert" ... the Hearse . . . Sum- 
mer, 1970 . . . Father Mac's. 



Katherine A. Polovich "Kathy" 

45 Tremont Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Business 

Club 3; Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees. 
"Together we stand, divided we fall, 

let's work together. 




Joseph J. Pocello "Joe" 

9 Richland Road 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Cap- 
tain 4; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Investment Club 4. 

Blue Hills . . . Cape Cod . . . Blue Hills 
Drive-In . . . "D" . . . Sam Oat's 
Night . . . Washington Gardens Res- 
taurant. 



Steven Portugal "Spain" 

40 Marlboro Street 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3; Soccer 4; 
Spring Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 
4; Concert Chorale 1,2,3; Spanish 
Club 2, 4; Tiot Advertising Commit- 
tee; Lab Aide 4; Ticket Seller. 

"The best things in life are free." 




Carolyn Frances Post 

15 Alpine Road 

Activities: Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4. 

Mt. Rowe . . . New Hampshire 
honesty and sincerely . . . Life — j 
Living it up . . . Canton, Mass. 



Sandra Praino "Sandy" 

74 Crestwood Circle 

Activities: Spanish Club; Investment 
Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Senior Play Committee. 

"Prine" . . . Thursdays . . . June 23 
. . . flat tires . . . first lunch 
"Weezee." 





James B. Pratt "Pratt" 

59 Earle Street 

Activities: Golf 1,2,3, 4; Track 1 , 2, 

3. 
Pet Peeve: Lunch line. 
Quasi . . . Elks . . . Golf Balls. 



James Pruell "Brama" 

10 North Avenue 

Activities: Hockey 2; Baseball 1 ; Swim- 
ming 2; Senior Play; Investment 
Club. 

p ef Peeve: Driving with no reverse in 
my car. 

'You show me buffalo with face in 
mud, and I'll show you squirrel with 
nut in tree." (from Crazy Cat, F 
Troop). 





Christine Pucci "Chris" 

5 Manchester Road 

Activities: Cheerleader 1 , 4; Class Offi- 
cer 3, 4; Spanish Club 3,- Student 
Council 1,2,3, 4; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Advertising Committee 
of Yearbook; Welcoming Committee 
1 , 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4. 

11 ... D's at the St. Francis Shrine 
. . . Blue Hills . . . Truro . . . South 
Dennis ... 1 969 Slave Dance. 



)"Jancy Pulster "Nan" 

19 Lane Drive 

\ctivities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees. 

'ef Peeve: Prejudice. 

'God grant me the serenity to accept 
the things I can not change, the 
courage to change the things I can, 
and the wisdom to know the differ- 




Mario Puopolo "Swamprat" 

810 Providence Highway 
Activities: Photography Club. 
"Well, I left you behind in the mystery 
inside." 




Ed-*ard Quann "Ed" 

30 Chickering Road 
Activities: Football 1 ; Investment Club. 
Pet Peeve: School lunches. 
Sparks . . . FM . . . horn . . . clean liv- 
ing. 




Pamela Rahn "Pam" 

16 Norwich Road 

Activities: Band 1,2,3, 4; Field Hock- 
ey 2, 4; Sophomore Party Commit- 
tee; Drama Production 3. 

Pet Peeve: Phony people. 

Uncle Paul . . . Angus . . . Camp Ke- 
honka . . . Smuggles Beach . . . 
Shoot Flying Hill Road. 




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David Ranalli "Rhino" 

1 5 Oak Road 

Activities: Track 1 , 2; Cross Country 1 , 
2; Concerned Students of Norwood; 
Freshman and Sophomore Party 
Committees; Yearbook Editor; Sen- 
ior Auction. 

Pet Peeve: Pat's Censorship. 

Horseneck . . . Feb. 13, 1970 . . . 
Zinga, Zinga ... but Tina . . . Rosi 
and Monti . . . Fireball. 









Denise Rau 

21 St. George Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; National 

Honor Society 3, 4; Sophomore 

Party Committee. 
Homework . . . Apple . . . Baby . . . 

gully . . . sky . . . Clark's . . . Yoah 

. . . "55" Chevey . . . people. 



Margaret Ravens "Peggie" 

72 Croydon Road 

Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1 ; French 
Club 3, 4; Hilltopper 4; Senior Play 
Committee; Senior Auction; Pep 
Club 1, 2; Tennis. 

"And there's no war and no hate and 
no strikes and no fear and no slums 
and no bombings and no other noth- 
ing and no NOOOO!" 



Sarah Elizabeth Ray "Sally" 

1 5 Harrow Road 

Activities: Girls' Basketball 3, 4; Hill- 
topper 2; Lab Aid 4; Science Fair 1 , 
2. 

College Basketball scouts . . . camp 
. . . rainbow. 



Patricia E. Regan "Patti" 

62 Plimpton Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; F.H.A. 2; Student Council; Senior 
Play Committee; Girls' Football; 
Senior Musical; Tiot Typing Commit- 
tee. 

Herbert . . . pizza . . . party . . . Bos- 
ton . . . the Cape . . . parking lot 
. . . always being right . . . moose 
hill . . . Twitch . . . Motel 1 28 . . . 
SS . . . cucumber. 




Mary A. Reid 

31 Barberry Lane 

Activities: Hilltopper 3, 4; Foreign Ex- 
change 3; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees. 

Pet Peeve: Cold Classes. 



Dennis M. Remkus 
226 Sunnyside Road 





Donna Marie Rempelakis 

250 Sumner Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 

4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 

Musical. 
October 31, 1967 . . . Mag . . . Brat 

. . . Math . . . Climbing Hills . . . 

Boston . . . Slippery Floors . . . Hor- 

seneck. 



John J. Reynolds 

1 04 Monroe Street 

Activities: Wrestling 1 , 2, 3, Tri-Cap- 

tain 4; Investment Club 4; Track 1 

2. 





Wesley Rickord "Wes" 

77 Azalea Drive 

Activities: Hockey 1; Soccer 2, 3, Co- 
Captain 4; Investment Club 4; Stage 
Band 3, 4. 

Cleveland Field . . . Downstairs . . . 
Scales. 



lancy Riker 

9 Alandale Parkway 

ctivities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 
4; F.H.A. 1; Junior Prom Committee. 

almouth . . . Hyannis . . . Tennis . . . 
Raytheon . . . Boston . . . Slippery 
. . . floors . . . math paper . . . side 
door . . . climbing hills. 




Kathleen Riley "Ann" 

4 Railroad Avenue 

Activities: French Club 2, 3, 4; Pep 

Club 1; Hilltopper 4; Powder Puff 

Football; Senior Play Committee. 
"Temptations are like bums, treat one 

nice, and he'll return — with his 

friend." 



Mary Jean Rizzo 

38 Willow Street 

Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; A.F.S. 
Club 4; Tiot Circulation Committee; 
Lab Aide 3. 

Charge III . . . Friendly's . . . #2 . . . 
anchors . . . emergency brakes. 




Patricia Ann Rizzo "Pat" 

2 Sylvan Circle 

Activities: Field Hockey 1 , 2, Captain 
3, 4; Gymnastics 1 , 2, 3, 4; Tennis 
1, 2, 3, 4; Leader Corps 3, 4; Track 
Manager 3, 4; Honor Roll; A.F.S. 
Club 4; French Club; Hilltopper,- Ski 
Club. 

Goal! ... #33 . . . snow ... A lined 
field . . . Sunnyside . . . Locker 
#241 . . . Pink Socks . . . Gold 
Stairs . . . Kaelin . . . The G.P. 



Sheila Rodman 

67 Woodland Road 

Activities: News and Features Editor, 
Hilltopper 4, Hilltopper 2, 3; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Nation- 
al Honor Society; Honor Roll; Soph- 
omore Party Committee; English 
400. 

Pet Peeve: Apathetic People. 

Quebec City . . . Chemistry Stock 
Room. 








Kathleen Rogers "Kathy" 

12 Codman Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Parry Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 

4; Honor Roll 1. 
Buzzards . . . Shattuck Park . . . J.O.B. 

for V.P. . . . "Hey, Sarge!" . . . 

Art's fried clams (right, Joan?) . . . 

Apple Blossom Time . . . I'll Get you 

in the End. 



Robert J. Rosata "Bob" 

17 Bellevue Avenue 

Activities: Hockey 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 

1 , 2, 3, 4; Investment Club 4; Traffic 

Officer 4. 
N.P.O.A.'s . . . Elmira . . . Byrd's Van 

. . . Brillo . . . "Look People." 




Carol Ann Rossi "Ross" 

1 70 Sumner Street 

Activities: Pep Club; Sophomore Party 

Committee; School Improvement 

Committee. 
Blue Hills ... 1181 Washington St. 

. . . Babysitting ... 140 Winter St. 

. . . Maine . . . Paris Island . . . 

Jennie's Pizza Place . . . Vermont 

. . . New Hampshire. 



LuAnn Marie Rowell "Grommet" 

79 Temple St., North Abington, Mass. 

Activities: Open House 3, 4; Hotel 
Show 3, 4; Press Club 4. 

"First a smile, then a grin, then it's mis- 
chief that I'm in." 




Deborah Kay Rosenbalm "Debbie" 

240 Washington Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Year- 
book Typing Committee 4; Future 
Business Leaders of America 4; 
Sophomore Party Committee. 

"Absence makes the heart grow fon- 
der." 




Susan Roy "Sue" 

1 25 Walpole St. 

Activities: Hilltopper 1, 3; Art Club 3, 

4; Freshman and Sophomore Party 

Committee; Senior Play Scenery 

Committee. 
"Those were the days my friends; we 

thought they'd never end." 



Randall Ross "Randy" 

192 Walpole St. 

Activities: Track 1 , 2; Cross Country 2; 

Investment Club 4. 
"Let the Sun Shine in." 



Michael Arthur Rubino "Mike" 

243 Village St., Millis, Mass. 
Activities: Christmas Play. 
My guitar . . . happy-go-lucky . . 

good country surroundings . . 

good friends . . . fresh air. 





Judith Marie Rukstallis "Judi" 

291 Dean Street 

Activities: Freshman Chorus I; Senior 
Play Committee; F.H.A. 4; Freshman 
and Sophomore Party Committees; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ticket Seller 3; 
Business Club 3; Drill Team 4. 

Cape ... Big Red ... Snow . . . 
Nantucket . . . Devil Dogs . . . Duck- 
ie . . . Green Balloon . . . Cleaners 
. . . Roller Skates . . . Boston 
Owl . . . Gobble. 



ynthia Ann Ruscitti "Cindy" 

2 Irving Street 

activities: French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 
I 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Lan- 
guage Lab Aide 4. 
et Peeve: College boards. 





Michael J. Ryan "Mike" 

64 Cameron Road 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Town 

Meeting Member 3; Hilltopper 4; 

German Club 4; Freshman and 

Sophomore Party Committees. 
"Man is free only if he has the strength 

to break his chains." 



ahard Saad "Chink" 

'47 Washington Street 
Unties: Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; Basket- 
ball 1; Track 2, 3. 
B r Peeve.- Working. 




Elisa Saccardo "Lisa" 

91 Arnold Road 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Softball 2; World Affairs 3; In- 
vestment Club 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; 
Assistant Director, Senior Play. 

"Now I'm walking my mind to an easy 
time, my back turned towards the 
sun." 




Janet A. Salmon 
32 Fifth Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 




Mary Sansone 

85854 Washington Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; World 
Affairs Council. 

Pet Peeve: Talk Studies. 

Mt. Snow, Vermont . . . Toronto, Can- 
ada . . . Cape . . . Boston . . . The 
"Big City" . . . July 25 . . . Boodel- 
la. 




Linda Santoro "Lynda" 

31 Talbot Avenue 

Activities: Student Council 3, 4; Year- 
book Editor. 

Seagull . . . Dennis, Mass. . . . Pulse 
and its people. 







Dianne Marie Santospago 

191 Winslow Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; World 
Affairs 3; Investment Club 4; Senior 
Play Committee; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees. 

West Yarmouth . . . October 23 . . . 
Deer season . . . Shiny Boots . . . 
Sea Gull . . . Mount Monadnock 
. . . Heather . . . Teddy Bear's Party. 




Nancy Marie Scannel "Nans 

23 King Street, Abington 
Activities: Bowling Club; Sewing Club 
Fashion magazines . . . model magi 

zines . . . California . . . Florida . . 

Rome . . . Cool . . . "You're with it. 




Jayne Nancy Saperstein 

24 Inverness Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Foreign Exchange Club 4; Ways 
and Means Committee; Advertising 
Committee; Senior Auction; Honor 
Roll 1, 3. 

"This is not the end, nor the beginning 
of the end, but it is perhaps, the end 
of the beginning." 



Gerard Sarnie "Gerry" 

199 Ridgewood Drive 

Activities: French Club; Honor Roll 1, 2, 

3. 
"A man hears what he wants to hear 

and disregards the rest." 



Steven Saver "BomBa" 

52 Marlboro Street 

Activities: Band 1,2,3, 4; Stage Band 

1,2, 3,4. 
"A box without hinges, key or lid, yet 

golden treasure inside is hid." 



John C. Schmidt "Jack" 

27 Greenwich Road 

Activities: Football 1 ; Outdoor Track 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 2; German 
Club; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Language Lab Aide 1 ; Student Trav- 
eler. 




Be 



James L. Scollins 

121 Ridgewood Drive 

Activities: Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freshm 

and Sophomore Party Committee 
Norwood Arena . . . Cape Cod . 

Blue Hills . . . Brentwood-Eppi 

N.H. 



Carol Lee Seaverns 

33 Richland Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1,2,3, 
4; Ticket Seller 3; Spanish Club 3, 
President 4; Foreign Exchange Club 
4; Drill Team 4; Senior Play Commit- 
tee; Honor Roll 1,2,3. 

Cape Cod . . . Neneska . . . Jingles 
. . . Rollerskates . . . devil dogs . . . 
cleaners . . . Keys . . . 8 . . . Boston 
. . . Summer ... ice cream . . . 
Sandpiper . . . Draino. 




Donna Lee Shay 

15 Heather Drive 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Parry Committees; Pep Club 1 , 2, 3, 
4; Student Council 2; Spanish Club 
3; Spanish Executive Board 3; Honor 
Roll 2; Powder Puff Football 4; In- 
vestment Club 4; Circulation Com- 
mittee 4; Senior Play Committee 4. 

Cape Cod . . . South Dennis . . . Den- 
nisport . . . The Bay . . . The gang 
. . . Red heads . . . Motorcycles and 
vets . . . UGH! . . . Letters from 
Cape Cod . . . Heritage House. 



Martha Shea 

21 Lane Drive 

Activities: Leader Corp 3; Pep Club 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Senior Play; Tick- 
et and Poster Committees; Senior 
Auction. 

May 30 . . . Charlestown, N. H. . . . 
the song "Love me with all your 
heart" in Italian . . . dummy . . . 
Christmas 1970 . . . Amasue . . . 
Pearls. 




larles Shea "Chas" 

2 Codman Road 

tivities: Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 

2; Student Council 1 . 

ASP" . . . Clarks ... The Red Lion 

Inn. 




Garry Sheehan "Muther" 

1 5 Bird Road 

Activities: Football 1,2,3, 4; Wrestling 

1, 2, 3, 4; Student Government 

Day; Student Council 1 , 2; Senior 

Auction. 
Camp Leader . . . Masoneilon . . . Do 

nelan's . . . Blue Hills . . . #70. 
"On Your Own Time" . . . Scituate . . . 

Corvair. 



James Patrick Sheehan 

62 Fulton Street 

Activities: Student Council 2, 
Freshman and Sophomore 
Committees; Senior Auction. 

Washington, D.C. . . . tour . . . 
House. 



3, 4; 
Party 



Jacalyn Shellmer Melber "Jackie" 

392 Walpole Street 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Senior Play Committee; Senior 
Auction; Tiot Typing Committee. 

Know what? . . . Falmouth in April . . . 
vacation ... in 3 years . , . Dennis- 
port . . . McDonald's ... FM ... 97 
North Street . . . Maravista Ave. 
. . . August 1st, "68" . . . Diamond. 








Elizabeth Stewart "Betsy" 

361 Walpole Street 

Activities: Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; Senior Play Committee; Senior 
Musical; F.B.L.A. Club; Pep Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Senior Auction. 

Cape Cod . . . 1971 . . . thunder . . . 
Colorado . . . meat-a-ball . . . Sen- 
ior parties ... fat lip .. . Cynara 
. . . Boston getting lost. 



Kathryn Storey "Kay" 

1 6 Fieldbrook Drive 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Spanish Club 4; 
Investment Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2. 

Pet Peeve: Bosses. 

"A friend is the present you give your- 
self." 



William F. Sullivan "Moxie" 

21 Sycamore Street 

Activities: Hockey 1,2,3, 4; Track 1 ; 
Football 1; Freshman and Sopho- 
more Party Committees. 

Blue Hills . . . "PIE" . . . SDS. 



Paul W. Surette "Beef" 

426 Pleasant Street 

Activities: Football 1; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee. 

"The keeper's trying to cool me says 
I'm bound to be alright. But I know 
that he can't fool me 'cause I'm put- 
ting him uptight." — J.T. 





Kevin Sweeney "Roscoe" 

33 Belleveue Avenue 

Activities: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey 1,2,3; Track 1 ; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Senior Play; In- 
vestment Club 4; Spanish Club. 

. . . Blue Hills . . . Johnie Buyck "9" 
. . . Falmouth and the Cape . . . 
Throwing rocks at glowing fish 
"Bird's Blue Van." 



Donald Wayne Syverson "Satch" 

68 Elm Street 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 

3, 4; Senior Play; Track 1 , 2. 
. . . Rex's place at Harwich port . . . 

Camp "T" . . . "The Prix." 





Thomas F. Taggart 
29 Wilson Street 



>nathon C. Taube 

25 Ridgewood Drive 

ctivities: Lab Aide 2, 3, 4; French 

I Club 3; Circulation Editor of the 
Yearbook. 

. . like most people I spent some 
times in school, but most of my real 
education has taken place before, 
outside and since." John Holt 





Robert Martin Thornton "Doors" 

1 7 Oxford Road 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1; Cross Country 4; Freshman and 
Sophomore Party Committees; Stu- 
dent Council; Senior Prom Commit- 
tee; Honor Roll 1, 2, 4. 

. . . T.H.E. E.L.K.S. Club . . . EFF-EM. 



arles J. Tomasello "Mess" 

3ean Street 

■tivities: Football 1, 3; Drama 

Showcase. 

'on't bug me" . . . "Stuck on you." 




Marcia Lynne Towne "Mar" 

8 Morse Avenue 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 

4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Sen 

ior Auction. 
Boop-Boop . . . The Cape . . . The 

Gully ... My Little Red Junkbox. 




Nancy L. Trilling 

31 Greenwich Road 

Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3; Hilltopper 
1 , 4; Advertising 4; Foreign Ex 
change Club 4; Ways and Means 4 

March '70 and Alan . . . Nov. 29 
1970 . . . Grand Lake Lodge . . 
Cambridge and Tep and Nellie . . 
Encampment 70 . . . T'Nu la Shem 
esh and Rubber Duckie ... 1 330 
Beacon St. and library ... A Time 
for Giving . . . Atlanta, Dec. 70 . . . 
Aaron, Ellen, Alan, Barbara . . . 
Jayne — it's been real. 



Linda Troilo "Lin" 

61 Heaton Avenue 

Activities: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 3, 4; School Improvements; 
Tiot Typing Committee; F.B.L.A. 3. 

. . . Kemo-Sabi . . . Mac's . . . Business 
Law . . . May 28, 1 974 . . . Super 
Bee . . . Pluck . . . Gumpy ... My 
Party . . . Thunder . . . Kevin . . . 
Black Beach . . . Muffler . . . Hal- 
loween, 1967 ... The Caddy . . . 
Beak . . . Go-carts ... 5 Lydon 
Road . . . NED. 



Pamela J. Turcotte "Pam" 

182 Richland Road 

Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 
Party Committees; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Tiot Typing Committee; Invest- 
ment Club; Senior Play. 
. . . The 15th . . . yellow road runners 
. . Moose Hill . . . 
Blue Hills . . . Twitch 
. F.M. . . . Motel 128 
. Mare . . . Frog's . . . 



. . . Herbert 
Thunder . 
. . . NED 
. . . Hafli 
"Trees." 







Ann Wiggin "Wigs" 

35 Walnut Avenue 

Activities: Drill Team; Girls' Choir; Pep 
Club; Softball; Freshman and Soph- 
omore Party Committees; Senior 
Play Committee. 

Pet Peeve: People who make a state- 
ment and don't finish it. 

"Cape." 



Elizabeth A. Wilkinson "Liz" 

59 North Avenue 

Activities: French Club 3, 4; A.F.S. 
Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2; Tiot Circula- 
tion Committee; Sophomore Com- 
mittee; NMSQT Letter of Commen- 
dation; Language Lab Aid 4. 

"Coming About" . . . "Snowplow" 
. . . Brighton . . . Rideon! Je t'aime 
. . . Men in Paris metro stations. 




Scott D. Williams 

20 Railroad Avenue 

Activities: Football 1,2,3, 4; Wrestling 

2,4. 
"What Can I say?" 



Linda Jean Winans 
1 1 Cranmore Road 
Activities: Freshman and Sophomore 

Party Committees; Pep Club 1,2,3, 

4; Investment Club. 
"The tragedy of life is not so much that 

men suffer, but rather what they 

miss." 

— (Carlyle) 




Dionne Marie Wisniewski 

80 Morse Street 

Activities: Latin Club; Music — Accordi 

anist. 
"For nothing can bring back the houi 

of splendor in the grass, of glory ir 

the flower." 





Susan L. Wright "Sue 

78 Bruce Road 

Activities: Freshman Chorus; Pep Clu! 

Sophomore Party Committee; Hon 

Roll 2, 3; Wrenthem State Scho 

Project. 
"Furlongs ... BSJ ... Florida 

creeps . . . Paul ... my dog. 



Jane K. Yavarow 

142 Hill Street 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Party Commit- 
tees; English 400; Honor Roll 1, 2, 
3,4. 

Pet Peeve: Playing Rock'em. 

Hautboys . . . "Gimpy" . . . Kick . . . 
No. 33. 





Sandra Lee Young "Sandie" 

54 High Street 

Newton, Massachusetts 

Activities: Open House 3, 4; Hotel 

Show 3, 4; Press Club 3. 
Mole!!! . . . Chicopee, Mass. 



Lillian Roberta Zappala "Lill" 

26 Dorset Street 

Activities: Pep Club 1; World Affairs 
Council 2; F.H.A. 3; Art Club 4; Sen- 
ior Play Committee. 

"If a man does not keep pace with his 
companions, perhaps it is because 
he hears a different drummer. Let 
him step to the music which he 
hears, however measured or far 
away." 





1971 OFFICERS AS SOPHOMORES 
Left to Right: McQuillan, Donovan, Kennedy, Crook, Hartnett, Galagher, Kelley. 

"SECOND TIME AROUND" 



In September, 1968, the Class of 1971 returned as Soph- 
omores to N.H.S. with nonchalant ease, proudly aware of 
the fact that they were no longer the youngest class on "the 
Hill." They were prepared to face the new and greater 
responsibilities and challenges which confronted them. 

The outcome of the election of class officers was, for the 
most part, the same as last year's. The exceptions were the 
election of Ellen Donovan as Secretary and Eileen Crook as 
Girls' A. A. Representative. Those who were re-elected were: 
Paul Hartnett, President; Steve Kennedy, Vice-President; 
Joyce Gallagher, Girls' Treasurer; Cameron Kelley, Boys' 
Treasurer; and Patrick McQuillan, Boys' A. A. Representa- 
tive. 

The Sophomore Party, the first social event, was extreme- 
ly successful. The theme was "Purple Haze" and the music 
was provided by the popular "Backstreet Journal." It was 
held in the girls' gymnasium which was smashingly decorat- 



ed by over one hundred Sophomore students. It was a very 
exciting and satisfying evening. 

Outstanding members of the Class were: Eileen Crook, 
who was the only Sophomore selected to the varsity cheer- 
leading squad; Paul Hartnett, who showed his tremendous 
athletic ability while competing on the varsity football and 
basketball teams; the football team was also well-supported 
by sophomores Robert Dickenson, and Pat McQuillan and 
the basketball team by Joseph Porcello and Richard Soper. 
Philip Nolfi, John Clifford and Robert Thornton helped to 
carry the hockey team through another fantastically success- 
ful season. 

With the knowledge and experience gained during the 
first two years at Norwood Senior High, the distinguished 
Class of '71 was ready to return to "the Hill" as upperclass- 
men. 




1971 OFFICERS AS JUNIORS 
Standing: Kelley, Macauley, Pucci, McQuillan, Assad. Sitting: Kennedy, Donovan. 



"ONWARD, UPWARD, AND ALMOST THERE!" 



The gap was closing and our goal was in sight! The un- 
daunted class of '71 had embarked on its next to last scho- 
lastic year. 

The election of officers was our first major concern. After 
a very heated campaign, Steve Kennedy narrowly defeated 
veteran Paul Hartnett for the Presidency, in an election in 
which every member of our class anxiously awaited the re- 
sults. Other new officers were Vice-President, Chris Macau- 
ley; Girls' Treasurer, Chris Pucci; and Girls' A. A. Representa- 
tive, Hellas Assad. Those who were re-elected were: Secre- 
tary, Ellen Donovan; Boys' A. A. Representative, Pat McQuil- 
lan. 

There were many Junior boys who played well for the 
varsity athletic teams. Bob Thornton, Phil Nolfi, and Jackie 
Clifford contributed to the success of the hockey team. Joe 
Porcello, Rick Soper, Chris Macauley, Joe Johnson, and 
Captain Paul Hartnett were the backbone of the basketball 



team. Pat McQuillan, Cameron Kelley, Paul Hartnett, and 
Bob Dickenson were among the outstanding football 
players. 

Continually displaying their energy and talents were the 
Junior cheerleaders: Eileen Crook and Mary Rizzo, the latter 
in her first year on the squad. 

Twenty-five juniors qualified for the National Honor Socie- 
ty. Two juniors were chosen as semifinalists in the Foreign 
Exchange Program, Patty Maclnnis and Nancy Blaisdell. 
Patty finally won the opportunity to spend the summer in Bel- 
gium. 

Spring heralded the arrival of the annual Junior Prom 
which was held at the Motel 1 28, on May 8th and proved to 
be very successful. 

Finally a year filled with hard work, merriment, and sur- 
prises came to an end. 




Juntos Pkh*/ 




/Uofeft 128 

/Urty S, 1970 





CLASS OFFICERS 1970-1971 
Standing, L. to /?.: Assad, Macaulay, Pucci, McQuillan, Donovan. Seated, L. to R.: Kennedy, Kelley. 



"A Yer, oj, Ffosfc" 

OUR SENK^P HISlORV 



In September we seniors returned to N.H.S., knowing that it 
would not be for a long time, but a good time. We were also 
ready to accept the fact that we, as seniors, would be the lead- 
ers of the student body. But first we had to elect the leaders of 
our class. The election of the same slate of officers as last year 
confirmed our choices as juniors. We voted Steve Kennedy, 
President; Chris Macaulay, Vice-President; Ellen Donovan, Sec- 
retary; Cameron Kelley and Chris Pucci, Treasurers; and Pat 
McQuillan and Hellas Assad A. A. Representatives. 

Gonzalo Ostria, our exchange student from Bolivia, has cer- 
tainly been a great addition to our class. His candidness and 

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"matter of fact" attitude showed that he had no difficulties in 
adjusting to our language and way of life. "Gonzo" stayed 
with Patty Rizzo's family while he was in Norwood. 

In October, we continued the tradition of previous classes by 
conquering Blue Hill and hanging the banner at the top. We 
then presented the 3rd annual Senior Auction, an event at 
which many seniors were auctioned off to underclassmen. They 
had to carry their books, buy their lunches, and take their 
"masters" to the dance that night. There was more money 
earned, and more excitement generated in this year's auction 
than ever before. 



On December 4th and 5th, our Senior Play, "You Can't Take 
It With You," was presented under the direction of Mr. Alan 
Wagg. Many seniors participated in this production. The lead- 
ing performers were Billy Stevens, Guy Cisternelli, Nancy 
Davis, Peter Farioli, Cheryl McQuire, Betty Mcintosh, and Bob 
Doucette. This was, without a doubt, one of the most successful 
productions ever at Norwood High. 

This year's HILLTOPPER has certainly made its impression on 
the school. It has been known for its somewhat controversial ar- 
ticles. Editors-in-Chief were Mary Pat Curran and Eileen McA- 
voy. Mr. Davis contributed his time, talents and energies while 
serving as faculty advisor. 

The Student Council was ably led by President, David Boch; 
Vice- r resident, Mike Lowey; Secretary, Hellas Assad; and Trea- 
»ort" lanice McDermott. Their major successes were the Senior 
Auction, the Globe Santa drive, and the Student Council Carni- 
val. 

This has undoubtedly been the most successful and reward- 
ing year for the senior athletes. The football team, captained 
by Chris Macaulay and Pat McQuillan, and supported by Bob 
Dickenson, Cameron Kelley, Pc i Hartnett, "Jimmy Murphy, 
Mike Piccirili, Scott Hutchens, and Scott Williams, posted a re- 
spectable record. The triumph over Dedham on Thanksgiving 
was the highlight of the season. 

Our basketball team had its most successful season ever, 
posting a 14-4 record and finishing third. This was good 
enough to qualify for the Tech Tourney in which the team 
reached the "uarter-finals. The top seniors on the team were 
Co-Capts. Paul Hartnett and Joe Porcello; Joe Johnson, Rick 
Soper, Chris Macaulay, and last but not least, Dick Erdman. 
Mr. Nolet, who was voted the most outstanding coach in the 
league, was one of the determining factors in the team's suc- 
cess. He was able to withstand all the crazy antics of this year's 
team, which he termed "his insanest squad ever." 

The hockey team reached a new plateau this season, 
displaying an unblemished 16-0-2 first place record. This is the 
first time a Norwood team has finished its regular season's play 
undefeated. Tri-Capts. Bob Thornton, Phil Nolfi, and Jack Clif- 
ford led fellow seniors Bob Rosata, Ted Curtis, Bill Sullivan and 
John Lawrie throughout its fantastic season. Also selected as 



most outstqnding coach was Mr. Wheeler to whom we are all 
grateful for his "never give up" attitude. In the tourney Nor- 
wood had a 4-1 record, their only loss being to Arlington in the 
Final by a score of 3-0. 

This year's wrestling team rose to due prominence as it fin- 
ished the season as co-champs in its league. Gary Sheehan, 
John Reynolds, and John Moynihan were Tri-Capts. under 
coaches Compagnone and Hexter. Gordon Smith won the 
State Championship for his performance in the State Meet. 

All of these teams were supported by senior cheerleaders, 
Mary Rizzo, Chris Pucci, and Capt. Eileen Crook. The cheer- 
leaders also won the annual Bay State League Cheering Com- 
petition at Needham for the first time ever. 

On May 29th, the Marriott Hotel came alive with the excite- 
ment of the much-awaited Senior Prom. It was a fitting close to 
a year of many and great social events. 

June's here and our high school days are over. But most of 
us will agree that they were days we will never forget. Days of 
learning, days of fun; days of success, days of failure; days of 
triumph, days of defeat; and most important of all June 6th, 
1971, Graduation Day. 




MARY LYDON 
Class Historian 






Two different worlds meet: Gonzalo Ostria and Patty Maclnnes. 



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My arrival at the Kennedy Airport in New York and all the fun we, the 
A.F.S.'s, had at Hofsfra University, N. Y. 

My first days among my family and the difficulties I had speaking English with 
other people. 

The first day in Norwood High and the difficulty of finding the right class at the 
right moment. 

The night of the Senior Auction. 

The several week-end nights that I spent with my friends. 

The daily lunches down in the cafeteria. 

My visits to the Prudential Center, Museum of Science and the State House in 
Boston. 

The Thanksgiving football game. 

The joys of my first Christmas covered with snow. 

The many week-ends during the winter which I spent skiing for the first times. 

All the teachers who helped to make my studies at the high school less diffi- 
cult. 

The many times I fell down trying to learn how to ice skate. 

My "family," the Rizzos. 

GONZALO OSTRIA 



The twelve hour delay at Kennedy Airport before my trip had even begun. 

Receiving my first letter from home. 

How I never learned how to properly roll my R's for the Dutch language. 

Realizing that I was gaining weight and being unable to do anything about it 
because refusing a second helping of food would have been a great insult to 
my Flemish mother's cooking. 

The sudden rain showers that interrupted so many bright sunny days. 

Riding in the family Fiat on highways with only minimum speed limits! 

My four uniquely individual "sisters," Joken, Kate, Truiken, and Luke. 

Eating the tongue of a cow and liking it! 

Tripping along cobblestone streets and seeing housewives scrubbing the side- 
walk in front of their homes. 

How hard it was to say goodbye to my host family, the Van Cauwenberges, 
who so openly shared their summer with me. 

The climax of returning to my home country to greet my relatives, my friends, 
and my family, whose love, understanding, and support made it all possible. 

PATTY MaclNNES 



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Seated: Richard Kennedy, Ellen Lovell. 

Standing: Mark Sias, Nancy Kelley, Roger MaCleod, Kathy Ryan, Dave Ahearn. 



In September of 1970 we eagerly ac- 
cepted the role of sophomores. This year 
marked the first time in years that the en- 
tering class arrived as sophomores. Al- 
though we were a year older and should 
have been a bit wiser, we had a great deal 
of difficulty in finding classrooms and cor- 
rect stairways, a fact which was quite evi- 
dent to our sympathetic (?) upperclassmen. 

Our first important event as sophomores 
found us electing the following class offi- 
cers: President, Roger MaCleod; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Dave Ahearn; Treasurers, Kathy Ryan 
and Richard Kennedy; Secretary, Nancy 
Kelley; Girls' A. A., Ellen Lovell; Boys' A. A., 
Mark Sias. 

The sophomore class was well-supported 



when Ellen Lovell, Daryl Dennison, and 
Jane Hartnett were chosen for the cheer- 
leading squad. The class of "73" had 
much to cheer about when the varsity foot- 
ball team included sophomores Roger Ma- 
Cleod, Billy Benson, Keith Rogers, Mike 
Roberts and Steven Brennan. 

Mark Hersey and John Glynn were 
sophomores who met the requirements for 
the N. H. S. basketball team. 

Our first year at N. H. S. was an exciting 
and unforgettable experience. We think 
the class of 1 973 made quite an impact on 
the school in 1970-1971, and we look for- 
ward with anticipation to our Junior Year. 
PATTY PHALEN 
Class of 1973 



COM^lt&JuitUVtS 




L. to R.: Kenneth Cavanaugh, Gary Donovan, Janice Bacon, Gail Flaherty, Mary McTernan, George Abraham, and Barry Sullivan. 



Once again on an early September day we, the Class of 
"1972," entered Norwood High School with a new confi- 
dence and ease to fulfill our roles as "upperclassmen." 

The election of our class officers was our first major con- 
cern for this year. Newly elected were Barry Sullivan, Presi- 
dent; George Abraham, Vice-President; Kenneth Cava- 
naugh, Boys' A. A. Representative. Re-elected were Gail 
Flaherty, Secretary; Janice Bacon and Gary Donovan, Trea- 
surers; and Mary McTernan, Girls' A. A. Representative. 

Many juniors participated in both Varsity and Junior Varsi- 
ty sports. The teams were led by many outstanding juniors: 
in football, Barry Sullivan, Joe Annello; in hockey, Peter 
Brown, Mike Martin; in basketball, Bob Magee, Mark Line- 



hon; in field hockey, Betty Carlson; and in girls' basketball, 
Joan Phalen. 

The Varsity cheerleaders, Mary McTernan, Joanne Thom- 
as, Marie DeRoma, Kathy Patsos, Janice Bacon and Paula 
Parise, with their enthusiasm and support cheered the teams 
into victory and success. 

Finally spring arrived and brought with it the long-awaited 
Junior Prom. It succeeded in fulfilling everyone's anticipated 
excitement of the night. 

As our third year came to a close, we all looked forward 

with mixed emotions to our final but very important year at 

the school on "the Hill." 

MARLENE O'DONNELL 
Class of 1 972 



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Students at Norwood High may study French, German, Spanish, and 
Latin. Aided by the foreign language lab and other audiovisual aids, 
the foreign language teachers strive to develop the student's oral, read- 
ing, and written comprehension, as well as contributing to the under- 
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The English Department offers a wide variety of courses which are planned to devel- 
op and increase power in the use of language skills, to provide an introduction to and 
a basic understanding of our literary heritage, and to enrich and enlarge personal hori- 
zons. 

This year an elective program was introduced into the curriculum, allowing the stu- 
dents to chose courses which suit his individual needs. 

The Reading Department offers two programs to the student — Study Skills, a 
course designed to build up the underclassman's basic reading skills; and Developmen- 
tal Reading, which is to strengthen these skills in those upperclassmen who need such 
help. 






Art Design and the Art Major Program offer courses which involve the 
development of basic skills of art as it influences our lives. 

Our extensive Music Department involves a large number of Nor- 
wood students in both vocal and instrumental programs. The music 
groups have won many honors for the school in various competitions. 





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For the second year, the Math Department has a computer terminal under the au- 
thority of Mr. Buscone to help with Math projects. The Department has an outstanding 
faculty to help the students in their efforts to pass and prepare themselves for their fu- 
ture in college and life. 

The Science Department continues to grow annually with increased laboratory facili- 
ties and ever-increasing faculty interests. The students' abilities are widened by the 
large selection of courses offered. 




Business V^dMxA 

The aim in business education is to teach skills that will en- 
able young citizens to earn a living and to contribute to their 
general knowledge and well-being for the rest of their lives. All 
students have the opportunity to select subject matter to pro- 
vide for their individual needs so that they may achieve satis- 
faction in a life work and in developing responsible citizenship. 









Our History Program is designed to develop well-in- 
formed citizens by providing more depth and continuity in 
subject areas and more variety in course selection. 

Required for all students is United States History, .which 
should prove beneficial as a guidepost for our students' 
utilization of the eighteen-year-old vote. 




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Industrial Arts Education is designed to provide an 
opportunity for each student to acquire basic knowl- 
edge in the fundamental principles and techniques 
used in industry. 




Physical!/ Education/ 

The Physical Education Program is an integral part 
of the high school education and has been expanding 
rapidly in recent years. We aim to develop correct atti- 
tudes towards play, and to set up proper standards of 
sportsmanship. 





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The Home Economics Department offers high school girls an op- 
portunity to develop themselves as responsible individuals through 
class experience which can be put into practice in their daily living. 

The girls are taught the techniques of sewing. The fundamentals 
of good nutrition and planning meals are also taught. 




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Related Science, Senior Advisor 



MRS. ROSANNE McFARLAND 
Related Science 





MRS. GERTRUDE BUTLER 

Social Studies, Related Mathematics 



MISS MARION MARTIN 
Food Service Program, Commercial Bak- 
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MRS. M. ADELE MARCOUX 
Food Service, Dining Room Manage- 
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MR. PAUL J. PANTANO 

Chef Instructor, Food Service, Cafeteria 

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Secretary 



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Practical Nursing (Clinical Instructor) 






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Coordinating Practical Nursing 



MISS MARGARET KEADY 
Practical Nursing, Teachers' Club Repre- 
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Fashion Dressmaker, Student Co-op Advisor 




MRS. SUSAN SEARS 

Fashion Related Art, Textiles, Student Co-op Ad- 
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MRS. LOUISE MOORE 
Practical Nursing 



MRS. ZAILA SOUTHER 
English, Press Club Advisor 





MRS. ELIZABETH MATTHYS 
Distributive Education 



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Cosmetology, Teachers' Club Represent- 
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MISS LOUISE ULRICH 
Cosmetology 



MRS. MILDRED BAKER 
Cosmetology 




MISS ROSE MORRISON 

Business Machines, Business Law, Record Keep- 
ing, Filing, Staff Council, Awards Program Chair- 
man 




MISS MARJORIE McCREADY 

Shorthand, Transcription, Secretarial Procedures, 

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STUDENT COOPERATIVE : ASSOCIATION 
First Row: L. Pearson, B. Hartley, M. Donovan, M. Fitzgerald, L. Baldelli, K. Spada. 
Second Row: Mrs. Kelly, P. DiCrasto, E. Califano, J. Ebert, D. Hawley, C. Saunders, Mrs. McFadden. 
Third Row. Mrs. Matthys, C. Genoe, D. Medeiros, W. Pina, P. Geary, K. McCarthy, S. Kalis, C. Blanchard, P. Nunes, Mrs. Sears. 

STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 

Students of the Henry O. Peabody School automatically become members of the Student Cooperative Association. Elected offi 
cers, homeroom representatives and alternates, and two faculty advisors encourage the acceptance of responsibilities and privilege 
and stimulate the fine spirit of pride of accomplishment and achievement that prevails throughout the school. 

The fall Student Mixer timed for Halloween with all its gaiety and goblins was a huge success, with students and faculty enterim 
into the full spirit of the occasion. 

"Operation Santa Claus" is another Student Co-op project where students remember children less fortunate. With their love thi 
students take gifts to the needy and hospitalized. Full-course Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners with complete festive detail am 
programs are sponsored by the students. 

As special business needs arise, the students tackle each problem with diligence. 

Parking permits, pant-suit uniforms, and Henry O. Peabody jackets have all been adopted under the year's new business. 

The "Awards Program" at the closing of the school year honors those graduating and those winning special awards and scholai 
ships. To round off the year's activities, the Student Co-op busses the entire school population to a nearby park for a day of fun 
the sun. 

Elected officers for the year 1970-71 were: President, Louise Harding; Vice President, Diane Hawley; Secretary, Joyce Ebert; Tree 
surer, Elaine Califano. 




THE HENRY O. PEABODY PRESS CLUB 

Front Row: L. Rowell, A. Wagner, M. Burke, E. McSweeney, P. DiCrasto. 

Back Row: Miss Morrison, K. McCarthy, J. Ebert, W. Pina, P. Grary, Miss McCready, L. Baldelli, S. Bilodeau. 

The Press Club, under the direction of Miss Rose Morrison and assisted by Miss Marjorie McCready, has as its main purpose that of 
keeping the public informed about the departmental activities of the school. 

Membership in the club is comprised of students representing the six departments in the school — beauty culture, business, distrib- 
utive education, fashion dressmaking, food services, and practical nursing, plus two other reporters from art and the Student Cooper- 
ative Association. 

All news is reported through a regularly featured column, "PEABODY PERSONALITIES," featured in THE NORWOOD MESSEN- 
GER and other area newspapers. 

Membership this year includes Jane LeBlanc, Practical Nursing; Kathleen McCarthy and Alfredo Wagner, Fashions and Design; 
Paul Geary, Art; Sharman Bilodeau and Laurie Baldelli, Beauty Culture; Mary Burke and Elaine McSweeney, Business; Joyce Ebert, 
Distributive Education; Paula DiCrasto and LuAnn Rowell, Foods; and Wayne Pina, Student Cooperative Association. 

An acquaintanceship luncheon for the members of the Press Club was held in the tearoom on October 1 5, 1 970. 




DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 
A one-year post-graduate work- 
study program in Distributive Educa- 
tion was initiated in September, 
1970, under the direction of Mrs. 
Elizabeth K. Matthys. The course of- 
fers a concentration in the areas of 
merchandising, economics, merchan- 
dise information, related English, re- 
lated art, human relations, merchan- 
dising Math and basic salesmanship. 

The girls standing at Corky Row, their bou- 
tique. Left to Right: J. Ebert, C. Blanchard, D. 
Bemis, J. O'Donnell, R. Puntieri, Mrs. Matthys, 
D. Vickery, C. Dooley, M. Donovan. 
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Under the direction of Mr. Usevich, the Student Council con- 
tinued to be an active functioning body at N.H.S. 

We began our year by holding the dynamic Senior Auction, 
which was followed by a most successful dance. During the fall 
and winter seasons, we enthusiastically donated to two very 
worthy causes: Globe Santa and the newly instituted "Pulse" 
Organization. 

The Student Council worked harmoniously with the faculty 
during the 1 970-71 school year. Student Council members 
served, along with teachers, on the newly formed curriculum, 
school plant, and scheduling committees. Members also attend- 
ed a convention where they discussed the effectiveness of an 
"Open Campus" system. 

The spring season heralded the second successful carnival, 
an activity proving to be financially rewarding, as well as an 
enjoyable venture. 

All in all, the Student Council had a most productive year 
under the leadership of the following officers: President, David 
Boch; Vice-President, Mike Lowey; Secretary, Hellas Assad; and 
Treasurer, Janice McDermott. 




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COUNCIL LEADERS: David Boch, president; Mr. Usevich, advisor; Hellas 
Assad, secretary; Michael Lowey, vice-president. Missing: Janice McDermott: 
treasurer. 




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Row 1: N. Moan, M. O'Donnell, E. Lee, C. Wallen, P. Talbot, M. Croft, D. Driscoll. 

Row 2: C. Kelley, S. Shagoury, M. Lowey, R. Egan, J. Anello, G. Memmo, W. Mahn. 

Row 3: Mr. Usevich, G. Donovan, E. Hickey, D. Ahearn, N. Goldstein, W. McDermott, D. Boch. 




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McTernan, Anello, Macaulay, C. Kelley, Assad, Moan, McQuillan, Phillips, Carr, Hartnett, Coughlin, Lowey, Lanzoni, Bellissimo, Boch, Sullivan, N 
Kelley. 




Row 7: Hobbs, Assad, Mahn, Carr, Pucci, Connors, Bretti. 

Row 2: Phillips, Griffin, Kougias, Donovan, West, Bellissimo. 

Row 3: Mr. Usevich, advisor; Kelley, Lowey, Flaherty, Curtis, Maienza. 




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Boch, Lowey, Carr, Mr. Usevich, advisor; Anello, Assad, C. Kelley, Macaulay, N. Kelley, Hartnett, Lanzoni, Sullivan 




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Disguised in original costumes, the seniors enthusiastically 
participated in the Student Council's annual senior auction 
on November 19, 1970. 




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With last year's financial gains as a foundation, the Hilltopper started out with a new and unusual ad- 
vantage. 

The Hilltopper decided to continue to patronize Mr. Clifford Pearl's Print Shop. Mr. Pearl turned out 
several fine printing jobs at little or no cost to the paper. 

A new idea was put into practice this year with a separate Literary Supplement being produced, in 
addition to the regular issues. The faculty advisor, Mr. Paul Wilgoren, was aided by a fine staff of edi- 
tors: Beverly Adamonis, Edward Mistier, and Miles Bowen, along with student advisor Sheila Rodman. 

The Hilltopper staff, headed by our dedicated faculty advisor, Mr. Peter Davis, consisted of Eileen 
McAvoy and Mary Pat Curran as Co-Editors-in-chief; Sheila Rodman and Margorie Greene at News and 
Features; Beverly Adamonis, Literary; Chris Eibye, Art; while Joseph Fenton and Michael Ryan took over 
the Fun Page. 

The main objective of this year's staff was to put out a newspaper which would be read and enjoyed 
by the Student Body. Judging from sales, the objective was fulfilled. 



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"You Can't Take It With You" 

The annual Senior Play was pre- 
sented on December 4th and 5th, 1970. 
An unusually large number of seniors 
took part in the production, not only by 
acting but also by working on scenery 
make-up, props, and advertising. Al- 
though it was a difficult comedy to pro- 
duce, "You Can't Take It With You" be- 
came a successful senior venture. 









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Penelope Sycamore . . . .Betty Mcintosh 

Essie Susan Hobbs 

Rebecca Gail Georgetti 

Paul Sycamore Miles Bowen 

Mr. De Pinna Peter Farioli 

Ed Guy Cisternelli 

Donald Dennis O'Day 

Martin Vanderhof William Stevens 

Alice Cheryl McGuire 

Henderson Scott Whittemore 

Tony Kirby Thomas Collins 

Boris Kolenkhov Robert Doucette 

Cay Wellington Nancy Davis 

Mr. Kirby David Carlson 

Mrs. Kirby Connie Gilette 

Three Men Dennis O'Brien 

John Moynihan 

Paul Keefe 

Olga Donna Pearl 

Director Mr. Alan J. Wagg 

Production Manager 

Miss Katherine E. Ryan 
Student Director Lisa Saccardo 




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Row h W. Wolfson, S. Rodman, E. Ahearn, F. Paparazzo, L. Hale, M. Ravens, C. Bonatz, S. McAdam, L. Grote, P. Lawton, C. Rucitti. 
(ow 2: Mrs. Staton, advisor, L. Bonatz, P. Maclnnes, M. Burns, M. Judge, S. Cappadona, S. Orent, A. Heart, J. West, K. Friedmann, S. Wilson, 
A. Staller. 

Row 3: D. Fisher, J. Grudinskis, M. O'Donnell, D. Barrett, F. Reid, K. Riley, K. Kroto, N. Doherty, N. Megan, M. Costello, M. Thibault, P. Kenne- 
dy. 

Row 4: S. Walsh, J. Phalen, M. Leonard, G. McCann, A. Hawley, M. Cormier, L. Wilkenson, B. McDonough, K. Orent, C. Wallen, L. Allen, J. 
Mitchell, M. Hawley, K. Tierney, K. Richmond. 




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Row /: G. Davis, K. Kriaucunas, C. Metthe, C. Faulkner, L. Foman, L. Drummey, C. Pink, S. Krivatch, J. Giever. 
Row 2: M. Ryan, N. Davis, S. Lanzilla, S. Babkow, E. Peterson, J. Klein, B. Riordan, K. Larsen, S. Shaw. 
Row 3: Mrs. Kaleps, advisor, G. Ostria, D. Barry, P. Loescher, S. Hutchens, A. Jaras, R. O'Brien, D. Druker. 
Row 4: J. Schmidt, D. Friese, T. Coverstone, E. DiMarzi, M. David, K. O'Brien, T. Grinavic, J. SyriKchuck. 




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Row 1: P. Flagg, J. Wisgirda, A. Graney, D. Wisniewski, W. Fisher, M. Curran, D. Maleiko, M. Lynch, N. Leston, A. Gordon. 
Row 2: K. Donlan, J. Veracker, M. Norton, K. MacDonald, P. Loescher, P. Donlan, Fanandakis, C. Leonard, P. Lanzilla. 




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Row h Miss Meakin, Advisor, C. Bayides, C. Faulkner, K. Storey, L. Begley, D. Capparella, D. Santoro, C. Pucci, D. Irving, B. Macintosh, K. 

Eisener. 

Row 2: M. Brown, M. Flynn, P. Curran, M. Concannon, I. Pidzewick, M. O'Brien, D. Kemp, C. Watson, P. Larkin, P. Walsh, M. Kelley, M. 

McDermort. 

Row 3: M. Collins, S. Fitzgerald, C. Daniels, M. Fischer, L. Drummey, C. Seaverns, C. Hawley, B. Praino, S. O'Neil, M. Glynn, B. Andrea, J. 

Adair. 




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Row 1: S. Rodman, S. Cappadona, M. Rizzo, M. Boyajian, N. Blaisdell, G. Ostria, P. Maclnnes, L. Hale, K. Walsh, P. Connors, A. Gordon. 
Row 2: E. MacAvoy, M. Burns, P. Blaisdell, P. Rizzo, J. Bellissimo, J. Saperstein, D. Levine, D. Freytag, M. Curran, G. McCann, L. Wilkenson. 
Row 3: Mr. Usevich, advisor, E. DiMarzi, M. David, T. Mclssac, J. Phillips, C. Seaverns, K. Blanchard, J. West, K. Friedmann, P. Kennedy, K. Lin- 
gren. Missing: M. Laarhoven, G. Bayer. 







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Row 1: K. Eisener, D. Rau, S. Rodman, A. Merritt, L. Hale, D. DeSario, A. Bethel. 

Row 2: Mrs. Coburn, advisor, D. Wisniewski, K. Kriauciunas, J. Bellissimo, G. McCann, J. West, M. Burns, M. Rizzo. 

Row 3: L. Hucksam, R. Belastock, J. Schmidt, P. Hartnett, G. Sarnie, D. Boch, C. Freytag, M. Lydon, E. Donovan. 




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Row h K. Eisener, L. Hampl, P. Pezwick, P. Paonessa, R. Ciaccio, R. Rosata, J. Porcello, J. Moynihan, G. Smith, D. Freytag, D. Shay, D. McAu- 
liffe, C. Bayides. 

Row 2: M. Lydon, P. Connolly, N. Solomon, K. Friedmann, L. Saccado, T. Mclssac, L. Grudinskis, L. Winans, K. Lindgron, D. Carlson, D. Mel- 
lon, I. Pidzewick, J. DiCicco, P. Egan. 

Row 3: M. Brown, J. Shubert, W. Rickard, L. Noterangelo, D. Cignoni, D. Boch, P. Flaherty, S. Fitgerald, K. Morse, J. Orphan, M. Bowen, K. 
Sweeney, D. Beaulieu, Mr. Nolet, advisor. 
Row 4: P. Nolfi, R. Carey, P. Burns, R. Anderson, T. Collins, R. Erdman, P. Hartnett, R. Ross, T. McQuaid. 




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Row h S. Rodman, L. Baglione, P. Fitzgerald, M. Joyce, E. Lydon, L. McQuire, P. Hall, C. Rucitti, Mrs. Reagon, advisor. 

Row 2: M. Gotovich, A. Farkas, R. Hendrickson, S. MacKinnen, A. Berteletti, C. Ruggieri, L. Mahoney, S. Lewis, M. Potter. 

Row 3: M. Green, L. Noterangelo, N. Sullivan, G. McCann, D. Nennant, S. Fitzgerald, C. Hawley, J. Blanchard, L. Wilkenson, J. Orphan, K. 

Mahoney. 



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Row h Mr. Frost, advisor, J. Cotter, D. 

Carchedi, D. Carlson, M. Puopolo. 

Row 2: T. McQuaid, C. Curtin, E. Sheehan. j 





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J. Strillchuck, P. Kearns, N. Harmon, D. 
Butters, W. Fisher, D. McDuff, Mr. Bur- 
bridge, advisor, S. Babkow. Missing: J. Er- 
ickson, P. Johnson, J. Laarhoven, D. Otti- 
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Row /.- L. Coyne, D. Bonica, M. Bovaiian, 
M. Bretti, M. Brown, C. Carr, H. Assad. 
Row 2: S. Adelstein, L. Basile, J. Phillips, 
K. Hambre, C. Seaverns, K. McGill, K. 
Riley, M. Brady. 





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Row 1 : D. Hand, S. Hobbs, K. Mahoney, K. Murphy, I. Murphy, C. Bayides, L. Hampl, C. Pucci, J. Saperstein, N. Trilling. 
Row 2: P. Griffin, D. Shay, P. Paonessa, S. Maguire, J. Gleason, J. Mahoney, K. Gleason, J. Bellissimo, P. Rizzo, B. Belastock, Miss Locke, ad- 
visor. 

Row 3: J. DiMarzo, K. Riley, E. Kougias, M. Brow, M. Donovan, J. Carchedi. 

Row 4: D. O'Brien, C. Hawley, T. Collins, J. Schmidt, H. Nolan, president; S. Fitzgerald, D. O'Day. Missing: B. Orme, vice-president; I. Murphy, 
secretary; K. Murphy, secretary, K. Mahoney. 




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Row h R. Adler, J. Matowska, P. Fitzgerald, E. Lydon, S. Leitheizer, K. Kuilhaug, C. Chapman, K. Laverty, J. Gordon. 
Row 2: J. Laarhoven, M. Mahoney, C. Stewart, J. Doherty, K. Mahoney, C. Faulkner, K. Dolan, D. Buckley, S. McGill, E. Frasier, P. Lang. 
Row 3: J. Larka, J. Larkin, P. Rodgers, A. Berteletti, N. Moan, P. Parise, J. Maguire, J. Doe, S. Schroeder, D. Brion, M. LaBlanc, J. Porter. 
Row 4: P. Razivitch, A. Gordon, J. Gleason, J. Mitchell, M. Glynn, M. O'Donnell, K. Patsos, S. Klein, F. Fernendakis, J. Toll, S. Quigley, P. Fitz- 
gerald, K. White, N. Kelley, M. Daves. 




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Row 7: C. Keene, L. Ratte, S. Fitzgerald, C. Hawley, J. Frost, J. Kalliel. 

Row 2: Mr. Toll, advisor, F. Graney, P. Johnson, J. Jenks, W. Hodge, E. Hodge, J. Bruce. 




Row 1: A. Graney, J. Solomon, M. Norton. 

Row 2: N. Harmon, Miss Curran, advisor, J. Wisgirda 



Row 1: K. McGill, Miss Walters, advisor. 

Row 2: S. Chabot, J. Fox, M. Brady. 

Row 3: M. Hazelton, P. McGrath, N. McGill, M. Twoomey. 




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Row 1: S. Sprague, E. Wilkinson, C. Wallen, R 

Pazniokas, C. Stewart. 

Row 2: K. Richmond, N. Megan, L. Groti, J. Hin 

man, J. Geruluskis, M. Judge, M. Laarhoven, S 

Mahn, D. Butters. 

Row 3: J. Phalen, R. Green, S. Ray, R. Flavin, D 

Jackson, B. Breen, S. Portugal, J. Mitchell, J. Hart 

nett, M. Burns. 





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Sow /: Mr. Miller, advisor, A. Luchini, R. 

Thing, Mr. Crompton, advisor, B. Breen, E. 

Sheehan. 

Row 2: A. Merritt, J. Wisgirda, C. Eibye, B. 

Adamonis, S. Shagoury. 



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Row 7: C. Eibye, J. Kramer, M. Barron, J. DiMar- 

zo, M. Gotovich, J. Egan, M. Barstsh, N. Malacar- 

ia. 

Row 2: N. Rantela, A. Farkas, M. Torsie, Miss Di- 

eSantos, advisor, L. Mahoney, S. Mahn, E. DiMar- 

zi, E. Vitkosky. 





SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS DISTRICT BAND, CHORUS, AND ORCHESTRA 
Row 1: Bernazzanni, Doucette, Forman. 

Row 2: Yavarrow, Hershman, Hester, Harmon, St. Cyr, Griffith. 
Row 3: McCrossan, Carey, Cheesebrough, Megan, Bauchand. 




GIRLS' CHOIR 
Row h M. Puopolo, K. Ryan, I. Giglio, E. Aherne, M. Laarhoven, G. Ratte, C. Pink, C. Zinni, M. Gemba, G. Johnson, K. Jacobs, E. McAvoy. 
Row 2: E. Favreau, P. Herlihy, B. Riordan, J. Ward, J. Palumbo, S. Curran, S. McDonald, T. Noble, F. Paparazzo, J. Mellon, C. Collins. 
Row 3: P. Larkin, L. Romanelli, V. Bayer, C. Post, K. Watson, J. Wolge, E. Brazeau, B. Lowe, D. Johnson, P. Lawton, S. Walsh. 
Back Row: D. St. Cyr, E. Stewart, P. Lindfors, C. Gillett, A. Bethel, C. Blanchard, A. Wiggin, C. Chapman, N. Solomon, L. Allan, E. Bernazzani. 




CONCERT BAND — 
PERCUSSION SECTION 



MADRIGAL SINGERS 
Row h E. McAvoy, J. Erickson, C. Gillett, K. McGill, E. Bernazzani, B. Mcintosh, J. lanzone. 
Back Row: R. Doucette, W. Stevens, J. Murphy, P. St. Cyr, D. Early. 





Row 1: T. Solomon, E. Hickey, P. Phalen, J. Lanzoni, S. Wilson, K. McGill, K. Roche, E. Carlson, M. Browning, D. Pearl. 

Row 2: M. DeRoma, J. Bellissimo, N. Malacaria, P. Rodgers, C. Stewart, M. Judge, J. DeMayo, C. Paras, B. Mcintosh, J. Erickson. 

Row 3: L. Notarangelo, J. Chubet, M. Curran, G. Forman, K. Eagan, N. McGill, M. Elliot, P. McGill, P. St. Cyr, D. Early. 

Back Row: J. Murphy, R. Doucette, W. Brennan, J. Donovan, T. Collins, S. Garvin, W. Stevens, R. Greene. 



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NORWOOD MUSICIANS ARE 
SECOND TO NONE 

Once again the musicians from Nor- 
wood enjoyed another fine year, start- 
ing with Band Camp last August. There, 
all instrumentalists of the town partici- 
pated in various ensembles to prepare 
them for the coming concert season. 
After accompanying the football team 
last fall, the musicians began to prepare 
for their winter Holiday's concert. Mem- 
bers of the Concert Band, Girls' Choir, 
and Concert Chorale participated in the 
event. The Band held its annual Spring 
Concert and also hosted the Height- 
town, New Jersey, Band in an exchange 
concert. 

For the first time, The Southeast Dis- 
trict Competition was held in Norwood. 
Over 150 bands and choruses took part 
in this festival, in which Norwood per- 
formed outstandingly. 

1 971 was another fine year for the 
musicians and vocalists of N.H.S. 
S. McCrossan 




BAND OFFICERS 
Mike Hester, Secretary; John Padden, President; Steve McCrossan, Vice-President; Tim Megan, Treasurer 




ALL-STATE BAND, ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS 

Row 7: Suellen Hershman, Earl Harmon. 
Row 2: Bob Doucette, Mike Hester. 
Row 3: Steve McCrossan, Tim Megan. 
Missing: John Padden. 




GREATER BOSTON YOUTH SYMPHONY 

ORCHESTRA 

Suellen Hershman, Edr Carey 



GREATER BOSTONIANS 
Bob Doucette, Robert Flanagan 




OFFICERS OF STAGE BAND 
D Steve McCrossan, President; Mike Hester, Vice-President; Tim Megan, Secretary-Librarian; Missing: 
I Andre Paquette. 



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It has been said that the harder one works, the 
luckier one gets. This was not the case in regard to 
the Norwood High Football Team and its season. 
Without fear of contradiction, it can be said that no 
other team in the league worked harder preparing for 
the season than Norwood did. 

Beginning in March, most of the team worked on 
their own in a voluntary weight training program. This 
was a week of physical anguish as the team worked 
approximately six hours a day in four sessions with 
the morning session beginning at 6:30 a.m. It was 
also a time when sixty people were fused together as 
a team with a single purpose. That purpose was to 
win the Bay State Title, one that we fell far short of. 
The loss to Braintree in our opening game was a 
great disappointment to the whole team and seemed 
to set the stage for the dismal season that lay ahead. 
It was a season of "almosts" for the Norwood club. 
Overall, the team suffered six defeats with victories 
over Framingham South, Needham and Dedham 
being our only consolation. 

It was a season that defied analysis by all con- 
cerned. All the coaches and players deserved a better 
fate. Those who were on the team were proud of it 
and proud of being a part of it. 

The members of the Class of 1 971 would like to ex- 
press their thanks to Mr. Gulla and his assistants for 
their efforts and to wish the Class of 1 972 a better 
fate than was ours. 




: Courtesy of Warren J. Woltoff, Jr. — 176, 178, 179. 




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1970 
MUSTANGS 

50 James Murphy 
66 Patrick McQuillan 

32 Christopher Macaulay 

82 Brian Donelan 

60 Walter O'Connell 

61 Charles King 

51 David Smith 

42 William McCarthy 

70 Gary Sheehan 

21 Robert McKenzie 

52 Kenneth Cavanaugh 
12 Robert Dickenson 

80 Al Jaras 

87 Paul Hartnett 
20 Cameron Kelley 
30 Donald Reddick 
44 Joseph Anello 

43 William Benson 

62 John Jenkins 
41 Scott Williams 

10 Barry Sullivan 

33 Keith Rogers 

53 Harold Weiner 
65 David Grabus 
40 Michael Piccirilli 

1 1 Edward Hickey 
23 Donald Venterosa 

71 Michael Caron 

83 Ralph Cordupatri 
64 David Benson 

63 Ronald Lanzoni 

22 Paul Nolan 

81 Stephen Brennan 

84 Brian Greeley 




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Mutilated Mustangs — 
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SOCIABLES: C. King, W. O'Connell, B. Donelan, D. Smith 



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CROSS COUNTRY 
Row h Katchpole, Valentine, Nolfi, Cowell, Brown, Parker, Pucci. 
Row 2: MacQuarrie, Butters, Burns, O'Conner, White, Costello, Karling, Faulkner, O'Day, Donovan, Canega. 




SOCCER 

Row h DeSisto, Hassett, Bonfatti, Donlan, Devine, Strillchuck, Caldarone. 

Row 2: Goldstein, Curran, Marzoulo, Erdman, McHugh, Rickard, Marsh, Carey, Bird, Portugal. 

Row 3: Compagnone, Pieri, Martin, Hanscom, McCracken, Skein, Lowey, Ostria, McCall, Blumenthal, Parker. 



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The Girls' Field Hockey Team ended its season with a fine victory over Framingham South 1-0. Although Nor- 
wood did not win many games, the team members had a great deal of spirit. Best wishes for a successful season 
next year. 




VARSITY 

Row 7; West, Hale, Drummey, McCann, Rizzo, O'Brien, N. Blaisdell. 

Row 2: Brown, Mrs. Dapsauski, K. McGill, Carlson, Rowe, P. Phalen, P. Blaisdell. 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
Row h Barton, Walsh, Hickey. 
Row 2: Bechet, McDonough, Ravens, Bartlett. 
Row 3: Brown, Doherty, Collins, Cahill, Allen, N. McGil 
Row 4: Miss Donovan, Goodwin, Burns. 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL 
Row 7: M. Linehan, J. Johnson, P. Hartnett, co-capt., J. Porcello, co-capt., R. Soper, C. Macauley, C. Kelley. 

Row 2: Coach Romanowicz, P. Kewriga, J. Glynn, J. McHugh, R. Erdman, Mr. Hemman, Coach, R. Berstein, E. Coughlin, P. McQuillan, M. Hersey, Mr. Nolet, Varsity 
' Coach. 
Missing: R. McGhee. 



Talent. Work. Desire. Put these ingredients together, and you have the recipe of a 
successful basketball team. Coach Ken Nolet was blessed with each of these, but no 
recipe will mix without a great chef. Sixteen basketball players will agree, in unison, 
that there isn't a greater connoisseur of basketball knowledge than the Norwood men- 
tor. 

Norwood finished third in the Bay State League with a very respectful and impressive 
14-4 record. They were led by two very capable young men. Co-captains Paul Hartnett 
and Joe Porcello were probably the most competitive ballplayers in the league. Hart- 
nett, known for his defense, was a fairly accurate shooter from the outside and seldom 
made mistakes. Undoubtedly there will be better guards than Norwood's Joe Porcello, 
but his ability of the game will never be outshone. For possibly five years the school has 
not seen such an offensive threat as all-star Joe Johnson. This kid has the moves to 
make it big. 

Unheralded perfectly describes Chris Macauley and all-star Rick Soper. Macauley is 
a ruffian on the court and his tenacious play has earned the respect of his opponents. 
Under pressure, Rick Soper is one of the best shooters in the loop, if not the best. His 
shooting delicacy and polished form are incomparable. 

Senior Dick Erdman was always ready to enter any game, any situation, game after 
game, whenever his teammates were in foul trouble, and he did exceptionally well. Ed 
Coughlin, Cameron Kelley, Pat Kewriga, and Pat McQuillan were the nomads of the 
bench. These students of the game practice, and practice, and practice. These athletes 
rarely play and they may be students, but by no means are they novice basketball 
players. Leaping is Jim McHugh's forte. This lefty didn't see much action but was an 
asset to his team. 

Next year's outcome will rest on the shoulders of dynamic Bob McGhee, Mark Line- 
han, Bob Bernstein and sophomore John Glynn. 

It's been a banner year for the Mustangs, qualifying for the Tech Tourney and reach- 
ing the quarter-finals. Picked by the coaches throughout the league to be a mediocre 
team, the Mustangs fought all obstacles and showed no mercy to their opponents. 

Mr. Nolet and his ballplayers must be commended for a job well done. They've made 
our school proud, which is part of the Norwood tradition. 

T^meron Kelley 




Coach Mr. Nolet, co-capts. Hartnett and Porcello. 




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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 
Row h B. Brown, R. Egan, S. Brennan, J. McDonough. 
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I Row 7: Bayer, Connolly, Shaw, Eisener, Boch, Herlily, Hucksam, Cannon. 

Row 2: Cassidy, Patsos, Kroto, Solomon, St. Cyr, Bellissimo, McTernan, Belastock, Green. 
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Row h Desisto, Reynolds, Smith, Moynihen, Murray, Campbell, Morrison. 



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Row 2: O'Day, Sheehan, Ciavattone, Freytag, Piccirilli, Marzuolo, Warde, Mr. Campagnone, Coach. 




TRI-CAPTAINS: Reynolds, Moynihan, Pic- 
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JUNIOR VARSITY 
Row 1: Lazzara, Murphy, Dunphey, Connolly, Ferdinand. 
Row 2: Mr. Hexfer, Coach; Rahn, Keen, Venterosa, Twiss. 



Warde, Marzuolla. 







B. McCarthy, Captain 



INDOOR TRACK TEAM 
Row h S. Portugal, D. Burns, J. Anello, B. Clougher, D. Carchedi, B. McCarthy, M. McCarthy, G. Eysie, G. Abraham. 
Row 2: P. Nolan, R. Wysocki, K. Karlin, B. Fisk, S. Shagoury, B. Pucci, S. Lanzilla. 
Row 3: K. McDonnough, D. Ahearn, G. Cisternelli, L. Robbins, D. Devine, J. Tumas, F. Graney. 
Row 4: M. LeBlanc, M. Costello, M. Kolb, J. McCauley, W. Benson, H. Weiner. 
Row 5: Coach Martinelli, M. Cauley, R. Lanzoni, K. Cavanaugh, Manager J. Conroy, Coach Richardson. 

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BOYS' SWIM TEAM 
Row 1, L to R: T. McCormack, J. McQuaid, P. Gugliotla, R. Laquidara, P. Riley, B. Shelton, D. Carlson, B. Marsh. 
Row 2, L to R: Coach Paul Frost, G. Horsman, M. McAuliffe, R. Doucette, D. Boch, J. Pucas, P. St. Cyr, P. Flaherty, D. Denatolas, C. Lyons. 

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This year the Norwood High School Boys' swim team finished 
second with a 7-1 record in the Greater Boston Division Two 
League. 

Norwood's first dual meet of the season was against Boston 
Technical High School, a meet won by a narrow margin of 3 
points, 50-47. 

The next meet was with South Boston High. Norwood beat 
them for the first time in four years. Final score: 58-36. 

Norwood's third meet, the highlight of the season, was 
against Needham High. This meet proved to be Norwood's 
toughest, and they just couldn't overcome the strong Needham 
team. At the end of the meet, the score was 49-48, Needham. 

After their narrow defeat, Norwood rebounded and went on 
to beat Melrose 54-34, and trounced arch rival, Xaverian, 
62-32. 

In regional and state competition Norwood's swimmers, 
David Boch, David Carlson, Gary Horsman, and Mike McAuliffe 
performed very well. In the state meet, Captain D. Boch placed 
8th in the 400-yard and 13th in the 100-yard Butterfly. Senior 
David Carlson placed 1 3th in the 50-yard Free Style. The two 
Juniors, Gary Horsman and Mike McAuliffe, also swam well. 

After a successful 1 971 season, the prospects look good for 
Norwood's team next year. The team only loses five seniors: D. 
Boch, D. Carlson, B. Marsh, our diver; B. Doucette, and Philip 
St. Cyr. 

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GIRLS' GYMNASTIC TEAM 
Row h J. Coccia, S. Breen, L. Burns, L. Jones, S. Begley, J. King, P. Collins, J. Rowe, P. Rizzo. 

Row 2: Miss Locke, asst. coach; I. Pidzewick, L. Mulkern, B. Wiik, K. Khroto, C. Watson, N. Megan, L. Chin, P. Larkin, Miss Donovan, coach. 
Row 3: M. D'Espanosa, E. Ahearne, E. Shea, P. Parise, C. Shaw, A. Clifford, M. O'Brien, N. McGrath, C. Paris, K. Varenis. 




COACHES: Miss Donovan and Miss Locke 



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In gymnastics, there are six events: free 
exercise, side horse, high bar, parallel 
bars, long horse vaulting, and rings. Each 
event requires an extreme mastery in tim- 
ing, coordination, and inner strength. Com- 
petitors are mainly judged by the precise- 
ness and grace with which they perform. If 
all judges followed this line of ruling, in- 
stead of judging difficulty, Norwood would 
have had a more victorious season. The un- 
derclassmen showed a tremendous amount 
of promise, and they will make up for the 
loss of this season's fabulous seniors next 
year. 

Myles Bowen 





Seated: Orphan, Pezwick, Davis, Boyd, Dorian, Leavitt, Corwin, Kudirka, Bowen. 
Standing: Mr. Carver, coach; Hoffman, McMullin, Fraser, Destito, DeSisto, Reagon, Roy. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY 
Row h P. Pink, C. Vacarni, K. Siwicke, F. Reid, P. Phalen. 
Row 2: Mrs. Dapsauski, P. McGill, K. Richmond, T. Mclssac, S. Ray, M. Elliot, Mr. Parker. 




VARSITY 

Row 1: E. Hickey, P. Blaisdell, K. McGill, J. Phalen, N. Blaisdell, E. Carlson. 
Row 2: Mr. Parker, S. O'Neil, C. Stewart, N. McGill, Mrs. Dapsauski. 




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This cry thundered through the rinks of the Bay State League 
all year as the pucksters really impressed their followers, end- 
ing the regular season play with an unblemished 16-0-2 record 
and the sole ownership of the 1970-1971 Bay State Title. Sta- 
tistics told the tale at the finish, 98 goals for, with only 1 2 
against. 

In the cage for the Mustangs was Junior Bill Pieri who com- 
piled a .67 goals against average. He was ably backed up by 
Junior Lou Parker, who saw action in a few games, and Sopho- 
more Fred Carbone. 

The shots on net totals show the fine defense led by senior 
tri-capt. Bob Thornton who was voted, deservedly, the league's 
MVP and also selected to the first all-star team. Seniors Ted 
Curtis and John Lawrie played consistently well all season and 
were a great asset to the team. Junior Pete Brown converted 
back to his familiar defense spot. Pete was a second team all- 
star at his defensive position. Other defensemen who should 
see action in the future are Junior Al Skene and Sophomores, 
Bob Lawrie and Kev Hurley. 

Goals win games, and Senior left wing Phil Nolfi got 31 to 

eclipse the record of the great. Richie Hebner. Tri-capt. Nolfi 

/ ended up second in the scoring race behind Mike Martin. Phil 

was a unanimous choice for all-star and will no doubtedly go 



down as one of Norwood's greatest. 

Senior center Jack Clifford, tri-capt., and wing Bob Rosata 
came through with many key goals and assists over the year to 
make themselves invaluable to the Wheelermen. Senior Bill Sul- 
livan really came through in the specialties department as he 
killed many penalties with his hustle in the corners. 

Mike Martin and Bill Clifford completed the Nolfi line. They 
were by far the highest scoring trio in the league. Martin led all 
scorers with 52 points, and Clifford ended up in the top ten, 
also. Martin was named to the first all-star team. 

Junior Eddie King was the centerman on the J. Clifford-Rosa- 
ta line and set up his two wings all year long for key goals, as 
well as chipping in with many himself. 

Juniors Don Reddick and Bill Denehy saw action on the third 
line as did sophomore Mark Balerna. Junior Gary Donovan had 
to leave the team halfway through the year due to an injury. 

Coaches Wheeler and Arvidson have to be given a lot of 
credit as they led the team through the first undefeated year in 
30 years. They were instrumental in each victory by getting the 
team to a mental and physical peak before each game. Enter- 
ing the tourney, the Mustangs were seeded high and represent- 
ed their school in its utmost hockey tradition. 

Ted Curtis 




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HOCKEY TEAM 

Row h M. Martin, B. Clifford, J. Clifford, B. Rosata, P. Brown, P. Nolfi. 

Row 2: Coach Arvidson, B. Denehy, K. Hurley, J. Lawrie, B. Lawrie, B. Thornton, T. Curtis, E. King, A. Skene, Coach Wheeler. 

Row 3: D. Reddick, B. Sullivan, F. Carbone, B. Pieri, L. Parker, G. Donovan, M. Balerna. 




COACH WHEELER AND TRI-CAPTAINS: J. Clifford, B. Thornton, P. Nolfi. 



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We, the class of Nineteen Hundred and Seventy-one, being of remarkably sound body and relatively sound mind, do hereby pro- 
claim this to be our last will and testament, bequeathing our most cherished possessions to deserving undergraduates and faculty 
members and do proclaim all other endowments set forth in our names null and void. 

ARTICLE I: To Mr. Monbouquette, we leave our deepest gratitude for guiding us through four hectic years — the years during which 
we changed from being timid freshmen to mature individuals. 

ARTICLE II: To Mr. Piccirilli, we leave (for all the trouble we caused) a recording in memory of our class entitled, "Those Were the 
Days, My Friend, I Thought They'd Never End." 

ARTICLE III: To Miss Ryan, we leave a pair of P.F. Flyers to keep up with the corridor culprits. 

ARTICLE IV: To Miss Ey, we leave a centerfold in next year's Tiot, and a whistle to break up the fights. 

ARTICLE V: Steve Kennedy, our celebrated class President, leaves his great charisma and oratorical abilities in presiding over class 
meetings to next year's senior class President. 

ARTICLE VI: To next year's senior advisors, we leave a Semiformal and a Senior Musicale. 

ARTICLE VII: To Mrs. Horgan, our prettiest cheerleader, we leave a box of Listerine throat lozenges and an 800-foot megaphone. 

ARTICLE VIII: To the Peabody School, we leave 300 pounds of saran wrap and free tickets to see the "Man from Glad" in person. 

ARTICLE IX: To Mr. Nolet's classes, we leave a carton of sunglasses so that they won't be blinded by those "lucky" red sox. 

ARTICLE X: Betty Mcintosh leaves Mr. Wagg. 

ARTICLE XI: To Mr. Buscone, we leave a silver-plated spoon to feed next year's Calculus class, and a wrist watch computer. 

ARTICLE XII: Chris Macaulay leaves his title of "Idol of the Sophomore Girls" to some deserving Junior boy. 

ARTICLE XIII: To Mr. Fader, we leave a brand new set of record books and a safe to keep them in. 

ARTICLE XIV: To Mr. Usevich, we leave a perma-pressed toga, a sword and a seat in the Roman Senate. 

ARTICLE XV: To Miss Caravasos, we leave a full-spread page in Vogue for being the faculty's fashion trend-setter. 

ARTICLE XVI: To Mr. Peterson, we leave a "perfect society." 

ARTICLE XVII: Phil Nolfi leaves his hockey record to be broken by Mike Martin. 

ARTICLE XVIII: To Mrs. Reagon, we leave 150 tons of bagged garbage to demonstrate the effects of pollution in our school. 

ARTICLE XIX: Elaine Kougais leaves her notorious record for thinking up "on the spot" excuses to some notorious underclassman. 

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ARTICLE XX: To Mr. Dehler, we leave a secret map to Julius Caesar's Miami Beach Bungalow. 

ARTICLE XXI: To Mrs. Staton, we leave 400 stale brownies, and a book entitled "How to spend a fun-filled week in Paris on $22." 

ARTICLE XXII: To our Editors-in-Chief, Jeff Maienza and Mary Lydon, we leave a book called "How to Get Along With Each Other." 

ARTICLE XXIII: Gonzo leaves 250 girls in a puddle of tears. To him, we leave "lots of Bruds." 

ARTICLE XXIV: To the wrestling team, we leave Mrs. Shaw, their No. 1 fan, to cheer the next team on to another victorious season. 

ARTICLE XXV: Billy Stevens leaves . . . 

ARTICLE XXVI: To the janitors, we leave all the work they didn't have time to do this year. 

ARTICLE XXVII: Denise DeSario leaves the Tiot Editors and colleague a map, a watch, a flashlight and a calendar to help them get to 
parties on time. 

ARTICLE XXVIII: To next year's basketball team, we leave an electric blanket as a substitute for this year's bench captains. 

ARTICLE XXIX: Charlie King leaves his position as chairman of the Blue Hill Party Committee to some "eager-beaver" junior who 
thinks he is capable of managing such a noble venture. 

ARTICLE XXX: Joyce DiCicco leaves her wardrobe to three junior girls to be divided among them for the 1 80-day school year. 

ARTICLE XXXI: Hellas Assad leaves her title, "Miss Sociable," and her ever-present smile to some friendly junior. 

ARTICLE XXXII: To Mrs. Breen, we leave one tongue depressor and a smuggled-in bottle of aspirin for whenever she gets a headache 
from all those sick kids. 

ARTICLE XXXIII: The hockey team leaves its Bay State League title and a fire truck ride to next year's team. 

ARTICLE XXXIV: The Senior Class leaves, knowing that the Spirit of '71 will echo in the halls of N.H.S. forever. 

In witness thereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names and affixed our seal on this sixth day of June in the Year of our Lord 
Nineteen Hundred and Seventy-one. 

Witnesses: Nancy Davis and Charles Tomasello 





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The 1971 TIOT staff hopes that it has produced a yearbook which 
reflects the mood and atmosphere of Norwood Senior High School 
and of its students and faculty. This year we have tried to emphasize 
the individual, as well as the groups which make up our school. 

We wish to express our thanks to all friends who have supported 
the TIOT this year. We especially want to thank Purdy Studios of Bos- 
ton, which provided us with our photography, and Mr. Bill Rowan of 
Taylor Publishing of Dallas, who helped us develop the new format 
for our book. 

To Mr. Fader, our financial advisor, and Miss Ey, our creative advi- 
sor, and the real "fireball" of the staff, we owe our uncertain grati- 
tude. 





Jeff, Miss Ey, Deb, Ted and Ginny working on a new layout. 



MARY LYDON, co-editor-in-chief. 



CIRCULATION COMMITTEE 

Row 1 : Salmon, Mahn, Shay, Bellissimo, Donovan, Hale, Begley, Eisner. 

Row 2: Rizzo, Maclnnes, West, McCann, Wilkinson, Burns, Hocksam, Fitzgerald. 

Row 3: Taube, Gillette, Doucerte, MacQuid, Bernanzani, Connolly, Mr. Fader. 




JEFFREY MAIENZA, co-editor-in-chief. 




JUDY BREEN, associate editor. 





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VIRGINIA BAYER, associate editor. 





Jon Taube, Jane West, Mr. Fader, Lorraine Hucksam, Bob Doucette, circulation editors. 




CHARLES LYONS, associate editor. 



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ADVERTISING COMMITTEE 
Row h D. McAuliffe, Hampl, DeSario, 
Saperstein, N. Blaisdell, Paonessa, Trilling, 
Mulvey, Pucci, Bretti. 

Row 2: P. Blaisdell, Watson, Larkin, Adair, 
Brown, Portugal, Lyons, Moynihan, Adam- 
onis, Cappadona. 




SPONSOR EDITORS, Joyce DiCicco and Paul Flaherty with Mr. Fader. 



Paul, Mary, and Miss Ey confer with Mr. 
Rowan. 



TED CURTIS, associate editor. 





CAFETERIA STAFF 

First Row, L to R: B. Curran, M. Sullivan, G. O'Brien, M. Jennings, A. Bamber, S. McAulliffe, M. Millin, G. Walker. 
Second Row, L to R: M. Millin, J. DeCosta, M. Keady, C. Allen, M. Tinnell, S. Grasso, M. Bird. 




JANICE McDERMOTT 
Student Council Treasurer 



HELLAS ASSAD 
D. A. R. Good Citizen 



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Personal Sponsors 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard Abt 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adamonis 

Mr. and Mrs. L P. Aherne 

Dr. and Mrs. George R. Allen 

Mrs. Abraham Assad 

Mr. and Mrs. Allan G. Bagni 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Bayer 

Dr. and Mrs. Harold M. Becker 

Mr. and Mrs. S. John Bellissimo 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bernazzani 

Dr. and Mrs. George L. Bero** 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Blaisdell 

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Blanchard 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bonica 

Mr. R. L Bonin 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brennan 

Mr. and Mrs. Vrto Bretti 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brittain 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Browning 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren P. Brunt, Sr. 

Mr. Thomas Burbridge 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Burns 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Buscone 

The Norwood High Cafeteria Staff 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cappadona 

Miss Constance Caravasos 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Carlson 

Dr. and Mrs. James F. Carolan 

Allen Carver 

Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Cignoni, Jr.* 

Mr. Robert Clifford 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy F. Clougher, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. P. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. Bartley W. Connolly 

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Crowley, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund F. Curtis 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dangelo 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Daniels 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. DeBenedictis 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Denisi 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. DeSario 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas DeSisto 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruno DiCicco* 

Ellen DiCicco 

Mr. William Dickenson 

*Generous Donation 



Mr. and Mrs. David Dickson 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DiMarzo 

Dr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Doherty 

Mr. and Mrs. William Dold, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward L. Donovan* 

The S. Arnold Donovan Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Doucette 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dudley 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Eibye 

Lee Eisener 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Eppich 

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Erdman 

Patrica A. Ey 

Mr. Horace E. Fader 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Finbow 

Dr. and Mrs. John J. Finn 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fischer 

Mr. Joseph Fitzgerald 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Flaherty* 

Mrs. John Flaherty 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Flaherty 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Folan 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin A. Freytag 

Mrs. Francis H. Friedmann and Family 

A Friend*** 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Garnhum 

Louise L. Gillespie 

Jim, Carol, and Melissa Goodwin 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Grazado 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Griffin 

William J. Grinavic 

Dr. and Mrs. Nyman H. Halford 

Barbara G. Hanks 

Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Hart 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hartnett 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hexter 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Horgan 

M r . and Mrs. John R. Hucksam 

Walter J. Hughes, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Humsey 

Dr. Alfred W. Jansen 

Ruth Johngren 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Judge 

Mary Louise Karahalis 

Mr. and Mrs. Haves Kelley 

Mr. and Mrs. William Kelley 



Personal Sponsors 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Kennedy 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Kunan 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Laarhoven 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Lanzilla 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lanzoni 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Larkin 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Edward Lazzara 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levine 

Mr. and Mrs. William Lexnor 

Dr. and Mrs. William F. Lovell 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Lutkus, Sr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Roy T. Lydon* 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lyons 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mabardy 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Maclnnes 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Maienza, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marr 

The Moles from Vita Mart 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis McAuliffe 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. McAuliffe 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice M. McQuaid 

Miss Judy Meakin 

Associates in Internal Medicine** 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mellon 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Metthe 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Monbouquette 

Mrs. Laura Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Morris 

Dr. and Mrs. Garry T. Moushegian 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Murphy, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Nolet 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund G. Nolfi 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. O'Beirne, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis F. O'Brien 

Mrs. Fredrick R. O'Brien 

Mrs. William G. O'Brien 

Dr. and Mrs. John J. O'Day 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. O'Malley 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. O'Neil 

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm I. Orent 

Mr. and Mrs. Vito A. Paonessa 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. Peck 

Dr. and Mrs. Valmore A. Pelletier 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Peterson 

Mrs. Nellie Pezwick and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Phillips 

Mr. John Piccirilli 

*Generous Donation 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Pidzewick 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Porcello 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Portugal 

Mrs. Edward B. Praino 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Pucci 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pulster 

Mr. and Mrs. Mario Ranalli 

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Reagon 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Rickard 

Dr. Paul V. Riley 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Rizzo 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Rodman 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Rosata 

Katherine E. Ryan 

Dr. and Mrs. William F. Ryan 

Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Salie 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Santoro, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L Saperstein 

Brenda, Lisa, Pamela Seligman 

Scott Seligman 

Steven and Judith Seligman 

Blanche H. Shaw 

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell L Shay 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Sieracki 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L Skowronski 

Dr. James P. Stanton 

Mrs. Delores L. Staton 

Dr. and Mrs. Melvin V. Stern 

Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Stone* 

Dr. and Mrs. Albert C. Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Neal Sweeney 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Sweeney 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Taube 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Towne 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Trilling 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Troilo 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Turcotte 

Mr. and Mrs. Mathew J. Twomey 

George S. Usevich 

Mr. and Mrs. Carmen A. Vecchio 

Mrs. Joseph Waldron 

Miss Ellen L Walters 

Mr. and Mrs. Boyd A. Watson 

Dr. and Mrs. Walter F. West 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Wheeler 

Paul R. Wilgoren 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Taras W. Yavarow 



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COMMERCIAL SPONSORS 



Andy's Jewelers 
Barry Paper Company 
Bob's Bicycle Shop 
Bretti's Cleaners and Tailors 
Columbo's Sub Shop 
Dean Street Car Wash 
Dip'N'Sip Donuts of America 
Dunkin' Donuts 
Furlong's Cottage 
Candies and Ice Cream 
Gertrude's Pastry Shoppe 
Grove Electrical Company 
Guild Square Pharmacy 



Imperial Italian Pastry Shoppe 

King's Market 

Maple Grove Manor 

Norwood Chair Company 

Norwood Messenger 

Norwood Nursery and Greenhouse 

Norwood Times 

Regina Gift Shop 

Sam's Appliances and Furniture Company 

Shepard's Perfumers, Inc. 

Soko's Pizza 

Thomas Foley Insurance Company 




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What's so special about Thursdays? 



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HOSPITAL PHARMACY INC. 
OF NORWOOD 



GREGORY M. ROMAINE 
Registered Pharmacist 



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Established January 5, 1894 

^ Know American Principles 

^ Exercise Citizenship. Responsibility 
^t Grow in Leadership 



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Is Henry Harold Halpin for real??? 



Peabody School 




HENRY O. PEABODY SCHOOL 

Highest professional standards of intensive training assure 
successful careers in 

BEAUTY CULTURE 
BUSINESS 

FASHION DRESSMAKING 
FOOD SERVICE 

PRACTICAL NURSING 



231 



Is she really a fireball on a date? 



Four Seasons Arena 



Routes 1-27, off Route 95 Wolpole, Mass. 




Home of Norwood Ice Hockey Team 

Home of Bay State High School Hockey League 

Home of Norwood Pee Wee and Bantam Programs 

Home of "Four Seasons," top team of Mass. Hockey League 

Public Skating Sessions 

Skating Instructions by Professionals 

Nicholas Abraham— President Robert Famiglietti — General Manager 

Telephone 668-9200 
329-1775 

AMPLE PARKING SPACE 



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Pulse— Throb on brothe 




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This is MY yearbook. 



Congratulations 



Best Wishes for Future Success 

and Happiness 

to 



The Class of 1971 



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Norwood Co-operative Bank 

Promoting Thrift and Home Ownership 
Since 1889 



That isn't Kathy Rodgers in a dress, is it? 



Congratulations to 



NORTHROP NORTRONICS 

A DIVISION OF NORTHROP CORPORATION 

Precision Products Department 

100 MORSE STREET NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 



The Class of 1971 
Norwood High Schoo 






The semi-formal was a real gas! 



Meet 
A 
Friend! 




The fire fighters of this town have only one job to do. Put out fires 
. . . save your life . . . protect all of us from fires, explosions, natural 
disasters. 

The fire fighter wants to be your friend. 

And he hopes that all of you will treat him as a friend. 

One of these days, the fire fighter may be coming to your street — 
to put out a fire, to save your life or the life of your children, or your 
parents. 

Remember: 

The fire fighter wants to be your friend! 

NORWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT 

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS, AFL-CIO 



(Local 1631) 



236 



How did you feel the night of the Junior Prom, neglected? 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



to the 



Graduating Class of 1971 



from the 



Norwood Police Relief 
Association, Inc. 



We'll get you in the end! 




With the Compliments of 



St. Catherine's Parish 



NORWOOD, MASS. 



At Blue Hills you're everyone's friend. 




NORWOOD BUICK 
COMPANY, INC. 



Palantir will rise again. 



(^onaratulations, LjraduateS 



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Lydon & Haase Company 



Fulton Street, Norwood 



Bipy 



Best Wishes to Class of 1971 




v~ 'or //dm 



A/5rh/ood 



243 



G. O. and L H. at Blue Hills 




THE STUDENT COUNCIL 

OF NORWOOD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

OFFERS ITS HEARTIEST THANKS 

TO THE TIOT STAFF 



PRESIDENT: David Boch 
VICF-PRESIDENT: Michael Lowey 
SECRETARY: Hellas Assad 
TREASURER: Janice McDermott 

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS: 

Paul Hartnett 

Cameron Kelley (Co-Chairman) 

Chris Macauley 

Christine Carr 

Joe Anello 

Barry Sullivan 

Joan Lanzoni 



SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES 

Eileen Aherne 
Julie Bellisimo 
Maria Bretti 
John Collins 
Edmund Curtis 
Ellen Donovan 
Paul Flaherty 
Patricia Griffin 
Susan Hobbs 
Scott Hutchens 
Stephanie Mahn 
Jeff Maienza 
Pat McQuillan 
Dennis O'Brien 
Christine Pucci 
Linda Santoro 
Linda Troilo 

FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT 

Gonzalo Ostria 



Let's hear it for the growing room crowd. 



The Senior Class Members 

Would Like 

to 

Offer Their Heartiest 

Congratulations 

to 

THE ENTIRE TIOT 

Staff 




"had 5 



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Thunder!!! 



Congratulations 

to 

The Class of 1971 



Polaroid Company 



Long live Mahatma Gandhi! 



SHURFINE MARKET 



448 Nahatan Street 

Norwood, Massachusetts 

769-0556 



R. D. S.'s picture was taken first. 



The Class of 1972 



extends to the 



departing Class of 1971 



its best wishes 



for future success. 



Where was everyone April vacation? 



The Sophomore Class 



offers its congratulations 



and best wishes to the 



Class of 1971 and to the 



Tiot Editors. 



How many "Summer Hippies" lasted all year??? 



djest WisheA from the 

19th NATIONAL BRAND NAMES 
FOUNDATION 



fKetailer of the UJt 



ear 



THE No. 1 SPECIALTY STORE IN THE 
UNITED STATES 



ORENT BROTHERS 



NORWOOD NO. ATTLEBORO 



Will the real number I , please stand up! (ans. p 262) 



Congratulations to 

THE CLASS OF 1971 
NORWOOD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 




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THE SHOE SHOP 

For Best Shoe Values 

It's The Shoe Shop 

690 Washington St.. Norwood 



Kolenkhov has a hairy chest ... a very hairy chest! 



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Who were the three in the attic? 



May Funeral Service, Inc. 



85 Nichols Street 



Norwood, Massachusetts 



Serving Norwood and Vicinity Since 1922 



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Off Street Parking Air Conditioning 



Is Tina really in the centerfold??? 



Congratulations, Graduates 



rom 



HI- WAY BOWLAWAY 



Route 1, Providence Highway 



Walpole, Massachusetts 



254 



What do the Sophomore girls REALLY see in the Senior boys??? 



TO THE CLASS OF 1971 

Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes for Success 




TEAMSTERS LOCAL UNION #735 

INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD 

OF TEAMSTERS 



I 1 34 Washington Street 

Norwood, Mass. Telephone 762-6009 

Representing Labor at: 

BIRD & SON, INC., Norwood and Walpole, Mass. 
HOERNER WALDORF CORPORATION, Mansfield, Mass. 
GAF CORPORATION, Millis, Mass. 



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Who spinned the bottle at Blue Hills? 



ROLL-LAND 




ROLLER-SKATING THE YEAR ROUND 



'The Fun Way to Physical Fitness 



ROUTE 1 - NORWOOD, MASS. 

762-6999 



U. Mass. VIA Mt. Snow??? 



Congratulations to 
THE CLASS OF 1971 




MASONEILAN INTERNATIONAL, INC. 



fflasDneilan 



Magellan International, Inc. ■ Norwood, Massachusetts 02062, U.S.*. 



Room 19, (Home) HOLE of the N.H.S. Wrestlers. 



Congratulations to CLASS OF 1971 
From Employees and Management 

at 

SPARK'S 

DISCOUNT DEPT. STORE 
Rte. I Norwood, Mass. 




SENIOR EMPLOYEES: 



DENNIS CARCHEDI 
JACK PHILLIPS 
BOB LIBBY 
MARGIE BROWN 
PATTY CONNORS 
DEBBY POLITO 
PAULA SONGIN 



CAROL ROSSI 
JO-ANN SPAVOLD 
TRICIA ADELMAN 
PAT GRIFFIN 
MARY LYDON 
BEV ADAMONIS 
JANE HARRIS 



Glad to have you aboard . . . play ball . . . the Demons!!! 



CALLAHAN'S 

NORWOOD FURNITURE CO. 



SINCE 1895 



720 Washington Street Norwood, Mass. 

762-1132 



Norwood's Only Complete Newsstand 



NORWOOD NEWS & BOOK SHOP 



655 Washington St. 
769-0282 



OVER 40,000 BOOKS IN STOCK 



HORN??? 



Established 1894 Telephone 762-0405 

ABDALLAH'S GENERAL STORE 

"Your Grandmother Traded Here" 



HARDWARE KITCHEN FURNISHINGS 

MASON'S TOOLS FARM TOOLS 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES PLUMBING SUPPLIES 

PAINTS AND OILS CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES 



1041-1043 Washington Street, Norwood, Mass. 



CONVENIENT FOOD MART 

Congratulations to the Class of 1971 

Open 7 Days till Midnight 

Good Luck 

DICK AND LYN SAWKIEWICZ 



Who said there was NO SMOKING in the girls rooms??? 



NORWOOD SPORT CENTER 

65 Cottage Street 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the 

CLASS OF 1971 



CANDLEPIN BOWLING 
769-0606 



Congratulations 
To the Class of 1971 



DANIEL C. RYAN, C.LU. 



General Agent 

JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 
60 Guild Street, Norwood, Massachusetts 



To the tower! 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the 

CLASS OF 1971 

President Paul Harinett 

Vice-President Joseph Wall 

Secretary Inez Gallazzi 

Treasurer Dr. Edward Donovan 

Executive Secretary George Usevich 



THE NORWOOD 
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



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Aren't Paul deary's parties terrific? 




To* Hub Gfo&s o^ 1 97 1 
{tan*/ 



WOMEN'S COMMUNITY COMMITTEE, INC 



Who uses the proceeds from its 
THRIFT SHOP 

I 194 Washington Street 

To Serve the Youth and Others of Norwood 

1925-1971 

46th Year of Service to the Community 



Congratulations to Class 
of 1971 



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IPiilse, Inc. 

NORWOOD'S HOTLINE 



762-5144 762-5145 

Complete Confidence Feel Free 



When will the painter come? 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

CLARK'S PHARMACY 



500 Washington St. 
Norwood 



ROBERT ADELSON BERNARD WEISBERG 

Registered Pharmacists 






GLYNN'S AUTO 
PARTS 



BeoiU/fcfos 



WAYSIDE FLOWERS 



Mylod St. 
Walpole, Mass. 



BEST OF LUCK! 



BALBONI'S 
PACKAGE STORE 



Washington St. 
Norwood 



DONALD BONICA, Proprietor 



"Home of the Bea-Bal!' 



When are we gonna find 


out who George is? 




BEST WISHES! 


Congratulations and Good 
Luck in the Future to 


LIGGETT REXALL DRUGS 


Class of 71 






DAY DRUG CO., INC. 


From 


702 Washington St. Norwood, Mass. 


JUSTIN'S 






"Free Delivery" 




Phone 762-2694 


Washington St. 


"In Business Safeguarding Your Health" 


Norwood 


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We Maintain a Complete Record of All 




Your Family's Prescription Purchases « 

■ 


Goody LwfJ* C&iSS 


i 


0^71 






Carl Fischer representing ARIS GLOVES 




wishes each and every member of the class 
of 1971 the best life offers. 


BUCKLEY BURNER 


For the young ladies of the class, nothing 


SERVICE 


finer has touched a woman's hand since a 


man's hand than ARIS GLOVES. They are 




sold at any fine store in the area. 


Day St. 
Norwood 






267 

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MacDonald's is their kind of place. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 
71 



McDonald 



look for the golden arches 




McDonald's Amazing Menu 



100% Pure Beef Hamburgers 

Tempting Cheeseburgers 

Old-Fashioned Shakes 

Crisp Golden French Fries 

Thirst-Quenching Coke 

Delightful Root Beer 

Coffee As You Like It 

Full-Flavored Orange Drink 

Refreshing Cold Milk 

Filet-0-Fish 



Broadway, Norwood 




GOOD LUCK! 
Congratulations 

to 
The Class of 1971 




ORTINS SPORTING GOODS CO. 

"A Complete Selection of Sports and 
Physical Fitness Equipment" 



DICK MAHONEY 
Proprietor 



14 Central Street 
Norwood, Mass. 02062 

762-2 1 2 1 



Who ever heard of spending 4 hrs. on the 4th floor? 



Congratulations to the Class of 1971 



Bridal Consultant 
Service 



Complete Wedding 
Accessories 



Jerru 5 ()5ridcii ^>ho 



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THE NEWEST AND MOST MODERN BRIDAL SHOP IN THIS AREA 



599 WASHINGTON STREET 


Telephone ' 


NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 


769-2262 \ 

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! 


769-1117 


GOOD LUCK! 


NORWOOD TROPHY & ENGRAVING CO. ! 




Trophies — Plaques — Awards 


BEAVER COAL AND OIL CO. 


714 Washington Street 
Norwood, Mass. 02062 


200 Broadway 
Norwood, Massachusetts 

762-0137 


Qwqu&jJlciicwS I 


NORWOOD GAS COMPANY 


FOLEY TRAVEL AGENCY 


530 Washington Street 
Norwood, Massachusetts 


734 Washington Street 
Norwood, Massachusetts 


CALL: 762-6000 
or 762-5858 

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How come all the sophomore girls enjoyed 3rd lunch?? number 32??? 


Co^vahJbtUm&l 


Good LwckCfoss o£ 71 1 


PAUL H. KRAW 


LA CONTINENTAL 


FUNERAL HOME 






205 Fulton Street 


Washington Street 
Norwood, Mass. 


Norwood, Mass. 




GOOD LUCK! 

Congratulations 

to 

The Class of 1971 




ORTINS SPORTING GOODS CO. 



7\ Complete Selection of Sports and 
Physical Fitness Equipment" 



DICK MAHONEY 
Proprietor 



14 Central Street 
Norwood, Mass. 02062 

762-2121 



Compliments of Mr. Ken Nolet, no. I basketball coach! 



BEST OF LUCK! 

SP JUST RIGHT 

W CLEANERS, INC. 

Norwood 
762-0420 

NATICK 
655-2180 

CANTON 
828-9882 


Best Wishes 

BERGSON ICE CREAM 

Norwood, Massachusetts 


MARCOU JEWELERS j 

Norwood, Massachusetts ^ 

i 
Diamonds, Watches, High 
School Jewelry 


769-1117 

NORWOOD TROPHY & ENGRAVING CO. 

Trophies — Plaques — Awards 

714 Washington Street 
Norwood, Mass. 02062 


GOOD LUCK! 
BEAVER COAL AND OIL CO. 

200 Broadway 
Norwood, Massachusetts 

762-0137 


Coititt&fa&xfc^ ! 


NORWOOD GAS COMPANY 

530 Washington Street 
Norwood, Massachusetts 

CALL: 762-6000 
or 762-5858 

271 

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FOLEY TRAVEL AGENCY 

734 Washington Street 
Norwood, Massachusetts 



Is Naticlc really a beehive? 



Congratulations to Class of 1971 

CUMMINGS 



DRESSES SPORTSWEAR BEACHWEAR 
LINGERIE CORSETRY 

"It takes just five minutes to open a 
Budget or a Charge Account" 

686-690 Washington Street, Norwood 




THE HOME OF 

"MIRACLE PRICES" 



Look people . . . Get fired up . . . Will ya?!!! 



DON & WALLY'S 
SERVICE CENTER 



AUTO BODY AUTO REPAIR 

762-7964 762-3430 



24 Hour Towing and Road Service 

Route I — Norwood 



Congratulations Graduates 



AMERICAN-LONDON 



932 Washington Street 
Norwood, Massachusetts 



Period #3 = Senior Student Lounge 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1971 



THE NORWOOD 

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 



Norwood Senior High School P.T.A. 1970-1971 

Co-Presidents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keen 

Co-Vice Presidents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Riley 

Secretary Mrs. Thomas Clifford 

Treasurer Mrs. Thomas J. Brown 

Auditor Mrs. John Carey 



Who really signed your pass? 



Congratulations to the Class of 1971 



NORWOOD AUTO DEALERS ASSOCIATION 




Sweeney and the C.Y.O. sextet are tops. 



Congratulations to the Class 
of 1971 



NORWOOD COUNCIL 252 
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 



GOOD LUCK! 



THE SELECTIVE EYE 



Central Street 
Norwood 



Catch a pair of HOT BALLS! 



Your Portrait . . . 



IS MORE THAN A PICTURE 
WHEN YOU HAVE IT TAKEN BY PURDY 



Because our friendly and understanding photog- 
raphers put you at your ease — so that the profes- 
sional skill which completes the making of your 
portrait begins with the warm and natural per- 
sonality that is you. Make your appointment now 
— and see! 



New England's Foremost Photographer 



PURDY 



367 Boylston Street, Boston 16, Mass. 
(near Arlington Street Church) 



Official Photographer, Norwood High School 



sfudemt 

COUNCIL 



APRIL, 

1971 




Mr. Usevich 





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Academics 1 26 - 133 

Administration 14-15 

Advertisements 228-277 

Art Club 169 

Art Department 1 28 

Audio-Visual Club 166 

Band 1 70 - 1 75 

Basketball, Boys 192-196 

Basketball, Girls 208-209 

Business Department 1 30 

Cafeteria Staff 225 

Class Will 216-217 

Cheerleaders 190 - 191 

Chess Club 168 

Choir, Girls 172 

Commercial Sponsors 226 

Concert Chorale 1 74 

Ecology Action Committee 1 65 

English Department 127 

English 400 117 

Faculty 16-33 

Field Hockey Team 1 89 

Football Team 1 78 - 1 85 

French Club 162 

Freshman History 107 

Freshman Party 1 1 

Foreign Exchange Club 164 

Foreign Exchange Students 1 16 

Foreign Language Department 126 

Future Homemakers of America 168 

German Club 162 

Gymnastics, Boys 204-205, 206-207 

Gymnastics, Girls 204-205 

HILLTOPPER 158 - 159 

History Department 131 

Hockey Team 210-215 

Home Economics Department 1 33 

Industrial Arts Department 1 32 

Investment Club 165 

Junior Class History 123 



Junior History 109 
Junior Prom 1 12 - 113 
Language Lab Aides 169 
Latin Club 163 

Mathematics Department 1 29 
Math Team 1 69 
Music Department 128 
National Honor Society 1 64 
Peabody 136-149 

Capping 146 - 147 

Christmas Party 142 - 143 

Clubs 148-149 

Faculty 1 36 - 1 39 
Photography Club 166 
Physical Education Department 1 32 
Powder Puff Football 1 06 
Reading Department 127 
School Committee 35 
School Song 218-219 
Science Club 1 68 
Science Department 1 29 
Seniors 38 - 105 
Senior Auction 156 - 157 
Senior History 1 14 - 115 
Senior Play 160 - 161 
Senior Play Usherettes 166 
Ski Club 167 
Spanish Club 163 
Sponsors 226-227 
Soccer Team 1 86 - 188 
Sophomore Class History 1 22 
Sophomore History 108 
Sophomore Party 1 1 1 
Student Council 152 - 155 
Swimming, Boys 202-203 
Swimming, Girls 197 
TIOT Editors 220-224 
Track Team 200-201 
Underclassmen 120-125 
Wrestling Team 198-199 



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Kneeling: J. Phalen, P. Blaisdell, K. McGill, S. Stewart, N. Blaisdell, A. Goodwin, M. Larosso. 

Standing: Mrs. Dapsauski, Coach; E. Hickey, J. Klein, F. Reid, K. Richmond, F. Franandakis, B. Garner, N. Udden, K. Lanzoni, K. Rondinelli, J. Bartlett, J. Coccia, S. 
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BOYS' TENNIS 
Kneeling: T. McQuaid, O. Donovan, R. Anderson, C. Lyons. 
Standing: L. Kask, P. Gugliotta, R. Egan, W. Hodge, Mr. O'Neil, Coach. 



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Kneeling: P. Phalen, L. Foman, K. Varenais, S. Wilson. N. Tessitore, A. Skene, W. Keeley, N. Sweeny, J. Pratt, J. Clifford, Mr. Frose, 

Standing: Miss Locke, Coach; L. Burns, B. Wiik, D. Daniels, C. Wallen, R. Coach. 
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R. Mike, M. Bowen, Mr. Wilgoren, Advisor; B. Adamonis, E. Mistier. 



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Row 7: Fleck, Sexton, Anello, Denehy, Porcello, Clougher, Kelley, Rosata, Saad. 

Row 2: Coach Wall, Wysocki, Milcahy, Sullivan, Brown, Linehan, Radzevich, Horsman, Hickey. 



This year the Norwood High baseball team enjoyed another fine sea- 
son under coach Peter Wall, having a record of 1 2-6 and finishing third 
in the league. The team was led by Captain Joe Porcello, who was se- 
lected for the All-Star team for the third straight year. Other seniors who 
had fine seasons were: Brian Clougher, Cameron Kelley, Bob Rosata, 
Joe Johnson, Richie Saad, and David Joy, who was an excellent pitcher 
on the squad. Juniors who contributed to the team were: Mark Linehan, 
a pitcher with a 6-1 record; Barry Sullivan and Gary Horseman, who 
were selected for the All-Star team; and Ed Hickey, who led the league 
in hitting. 

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